November 2017

#17-49 (11/25/17)

Christmas Stocking Stuffers

Our occasional look at new releases for the season ahead.

Composer: Robert Quinney, Andreas Hammerschmidt, Pettman, Francisco Guerrero, Gauntlett & Mann, Francis Pott, Michael Praetorius, Charles Ives, Vaughan Williams, William Mathias, David Willcocks, Peter Warlock, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Richard Rodney Bennett, Matthew Martin, Heinrich Isaac (1450-1515), Heinrich Finck (ca.1445 – 1527), Stephen Mahu (ca.1490 – ca.1591), Johann Walther (1527-1578), Michael Praetorius (1571 – 1621), Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750), Joan Kimball, Robert Wiemken, Paul & Bartholomeus Hessen, Coelius Sedulius (d. 450), Samuel Scheidt (1587 – 1684), Johann Ghro (1575 – 1627), Orlande de Lassus (ca.1532 – 1594), Jakob Handl (1550 – 1591), Melchior Franck (ca. 1579 – 1639), Antoine Brumel (ca. 1460 – 1512 or 1513), Pierre Alamire (ca. 1470 – 1536), Jakob Obrecht (1450 – 1505), Ludwig Senfl (ca.1486 – ca.1543), Johann Hermann Schein (1586 – 1630), David Basden, Jocelyn Hagen, Melchior Vulpius, Claudio Merulo, R. Douglas Helvering, Jakob Reiner, Matthew Culloton, Giovanni Bassano, Blasius Ammon, Ivo Antognini, Kim André Arnesen

CD Info: CD NCR1390, CDNV6106, CD RES10175.



#17-48 (11/18/17)

Three from Ricercar

Since it’s founding in 1980, this label has celebrated early music; this week: Tinctoris, a Mary Magdalene oratorio, and the role of the hurdy-gurdy in the French baroque.

Composer: Johannes Tinctoris (1435-1511) , Antonio Bertali, Claudio Monteverdi, Muzio Effrem, Alessandro Guivizzani, Salomone Rossi, Domenico Mazzocchi, Christophe Le Menu De SAINT-PHILIBERT (fl.1742), Louis-Claude DAQUIN (1694-1772), RAVET (fl.1750), Michel CORRETTE (1707-1795), Charles BÂTON (fl.1750), Jean-Philippe RAMEAU (1683-1764),

CD Info: CD RIC 380, CD RIC 367, CD RIC 382



#17-47 (11/11/17)

III Millennio

This amazing new Italian label peers into hidden corners of early music (like the role of magic, and the rose in the world of renaissance dance)..

Composer:

CD Info: III Millennio CD CDA 0222, III Millennio CD CDA 0221, III Millennio CD CDA 0195.



#17-46 (11/04/17)

Three from Hyperion

We will go from the Middle Ages with the Orlando Consort, to the Renaissance and John Sheppard, and lastly to the French, with the sacred music of Couperin.

Composer: Guillaume de Machaut (c1300-1377), John Sheppard, François Couperin

CD Info: CD CDA68134, CD CDA68187, CD CDA68093.





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