July 2016

#16-31 (07/25/16)

Three Medieval Studies

The latest from Discantus, the superb Schola Gregoriana from Prague, and a breathtaking recording from the German/Iraqi ensemble Sanstierce.

Composer: Guillaume de Machaut (1300—1377)

CD Info: Bayard Musique CD 308. 489.2, Supraphon SU 4193-2, Talanton CD TAL 90016



#16-30 (07/18/16)

Alejandro Planchart

One of our most loyal and supportive Millennium fans was a student of this great teacher/conductor: this week, some of the classic recordings by the Capella Cordina.

Composer: Guillaume Dufay, Morales:

CD Info: CD LEMS 8013, CD LEMS 8009



#16-29 (07/11/16)

Back to Germany

Lute repertoire inspired by Martin Luther; the Dresden Passion; and haunting music of the Thirty Years’ War.

Composer: Marco Gioseppe Peranda (~1625 - 1675), Martin Luther,Ludwig Senfl, Josquin de Prez , Hans Newsidler (1508/09 - 1563), Arnolt Schlick, Claude Goudimel, Thomas Ravenscroft, Raitis Grigalis (*1975) , Christian Geist (c.1650-1711), Dietrich Buxtehude (c.1637-1707), Nicolas Bruhns (1665-1697) , Franz Tunder (1614-1667), Kaspar Förster (1616-1673)

CD Info: CD ROP612122, CD CHR 77388, Da Capo CD 6.220634



#16-28 (07/04/16)

Italy in the 17th Century

Arias by two early opera masters (Caccini and Peri), and world premiere proceedings of sacred works of Graziani and Antonio Lotti.

Composer: Bonifazio Graziani (1604-1674), Giulio Caccini, Luzzasco Luzzaschi , Jacopo Peri , Giulio Caccini , Alessandro Piccinini, Antonio Lotti

CD Info: Naxos CD 8.573256, Arcana CD A393, CD DCD34182





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