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Program: #08-24, Air Date: 06/02/08

NOTE: The Early Music Foundation presented over 60 events in the fall of 2007. This week and next, we celebrate some of the performances given at this festival. This week and next, we celebrate some of the performances given at this festival.

 

In part 2: Music Divine, Traverse Music, Brooklyn Baroque. For information about the Early Music Celebration New York, you may explore the web site:

www.nyemc.org

And for more on the Early Music Foundation,

www.earlymusicny.org

I. Traverse Music (Don Hulbert, Artistic Director): J.S. Bach--Cosmopolitan Provincial (Recorded at The Kosciuszko Foundation, Oct. 27, 2007)

--FRANCOIS COUPERIN (1668-1733): Le rossignol-en-amour
--GEORG PHILLIP TELEMANN (1681-1767): Sonata in G Major
--JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750): Sonata in E Major, BWV 1035: Adagio ma non tanto; Allegro

II. Music Divine (Stephen Bonime, director): Early Renaissance Treasures: The Dawn of Classical Music
(Recorded at the Church of Notre Dame, Oct. 20, 2007)

--Anon. plainchant: Praeter rerum seriem
--JOSQUIN DESPREZ (c.1450-1521): Praeter rerum seriem
--HEINRICH ISAAC (c. 1450-1517): Missa Een vrolic wesen: Kyrie, Gloria
--JOSQUIN: Missa Une mousse de Biscaye: Credo

III. Brooklyn Baroque (Andrew Bolotowsky, flute/David Bakamjian, cello/Rebecca Pechefsky, harpsichord)
(Recorded at Music from Good Shepherd, Oct. 21, 2007)

--CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH (1714-1788): Sonata in G Major for Flute & Continuo, Wq 134

Composer Info

FRANCOIS COUPERIN (1668-1733), GEORG PHILLIP TELEMANN (1681-1767), JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750), JOSQUIN DESPREZ (c.1450-1521), HEINRICH ISAAC (c. 1450-1517), CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH (1714-1788)