November 2004#04-49 (11/29/04)
From the years with the New York Pro Musica to his own Ensemble for Early Music, the successful collaboration with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and recent New York Early Music Festival, Fredrick Renz has been a part of the great revival of music in this field; this week he shares with us seven centuries of Christmas music.
NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the recording made by the Choir of the Monks of Chevetogne directed by Fr. Philippe Baer.
NOTE: All of the music on this program is by the great Swiss composer Ludwig Senfl (c.1486-1542/3).
Composer: Ludwig Senfl (c.1486-1542/3)
CD Info: CD # HMU 907334
NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the 2004 Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht.
Composer: Dario Castello, Biaggio Marini 1587-1663, Marco Uccellini 1603-1680, Francesco Rognoni ?-ca.1626, Giovanni Picchi active 1600-1625, Giovanni Battista Bovicelli active 1592-4, Alessandro Piccinini 1566-1638, Maurizio Cazzati 1620-1677, Giovanni Antonio Bertoli 1598-na 1645, Francesco Cavalli 1601-1676, Andrea Gabrieli 1532-1585, Tarquinio Merula 1594-1665,
NOTE: When we celebrated the life of Charles V, we focused on those composers who he supported with his patronage. But where did he himself learn his love of music? This week, music of the Basque composer (whose mother was great-aunt of Ignatius Loyola) who follows Juana the Mad to Brussels and becomes tutor to the young Charles. The music on this program is from a recording by the Capilla Penaflorida (named for an important musical figure in the musical Enlightenment in the Basque Country) and the wind ensemble Ministries de Marsias conducted by Josep Cabre.
Composer: Juan de Anchieta (1462-1523), FRANCISCO de PENALOSA (1470-1528), JOHANNES URREDA (fl.1451-1482)
CD Info: CD 8.555772
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