Music from Austria, Part I

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Program: #00-01   Air Date: Jan 01, 2000

NOTE: ALL of the music on this program comes from music festivals in Austria, and are made possible in part by a grant from the Austrian National Tourist Office with additional support from Austrian Airlines. For more information on music festivals, cultural events, and travel to Austria, you may contact the tourist office in New York at (212) 944-6880, or vists the web site: www.anto.com

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant from Wendall Wilson.

I. From the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music 1998:

--CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI: Si come crescon; Non e di gentil core;
Vorrei bacciarti; Tu ridi sempre mai (Ensemble Musica
Poetica).

 

II. From the International Baroque Festival at Melk 1998:

--JOHANN HERMANN SCHEIN: Frischauf, ihr Klosterbrueder mein.
--LUDWIG SENFL: Es haett' ein Biedermann ein Weib.
--HEINRICH SCHUETZ: Fiamma ch'allaccia.
--ALESSANDRO OROLOGIO: Intrada.
--ANTONIO BERTALI: Sonata V a 5.
--SCHEIN: Kikhihi, Kakakanei.
--VALENTIN RATHGEBER: Von der Solmisation in der Music.
(Cantus Coelln/Konrad Junghaenel & Concerto Palatino/
Bruce Dickey).

 

III. From the International Baroque Festival at Melk 1994:

--GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI da PALESTRINA: Domine quando veneris.
(The Hilliard Ensemble).
--ALESSANDRO STRADELLA: Sinfonia a 3 in D.
(Ensemble Aurora/Enrico Gatti).

Composer Info

CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI, JOHANN HERMANN SCHEIN, LUDWIG SENFL, HEINRICH SCHUETZ, ALESSANDRO OROLOGIO, ANTONIO BERTALI, VALENTIN RATHGEBER, GIOVANNI PIERLUIGI da PALESTRINA, ALESSANDRO STRADELLA

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