Tagged with: ALEXANDER AGRICOLA

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Three from the Renaissance

Program: #18-12, Air Date: 03/12/18

From the Brabant Ensemble, sacred music of Obrecht; music of Loyset Compere for the Duke of Milan, and sacred music of Lucrezia Borgia’s daughter, Leonora d’Este.

Frank Albinder: An Audio History

Program: #00-18, Air Date: 05/01/00

NOTE: All of the music on this program features performances
by our guest, Frank Albinder. Formerly with Chanticleer,
Mr. Albinder is currently director of the Washington Men's Camerata. For more information, you may reach him at the Camerata web site: www.camerata.com.

The Swiss Early Music Scene

Program: #01-41, Air Date: 10/08/01

Sacred music fro the first printed music publication (in honor of the 500th anniversary of Petrucci's music books).

New Releases

Program: #01-34, Air Date: 08/20/01

After months of collecting, we'll finally get a chance to sample some of the best new releases in the field.

A Meeting in Toledo

Program: #03-44, Air Date: 11/03/03

In early summer 1502, Duke Philip the Fair of Burgundy was escorted into Toledo by his father-in-law King Ferdinand, where they were greeted by Queen Isabella--the greatest lowland of composers of the day travelled along and composed for the occasion, and the latest recording by the Orlando Consort celebrates this meeting.

The Swiss Lute School, continued

Program: #03-41, Air Date: 10/13/03

A recent recording from the Schola Cantorum in Basel takes us to a great neglected repertoire: In the 15th century, the most popular lute music was for duos--Crawford Young and Karl-Ernst Schroeder recorded an entire disc of this forgotten music.

Three Renaissance Masters

Program: #15-41, Air Date: 10/05/15

The latest in the Palestrina edition with The Sixteen, Lassus from the Cinquecento Ensemble, and a new recording of Ockeghem’s Missa L’homme armé.

The Spy’s Choirbook

Program: #15-10, Air Date: 03/02/15

The beautiful editions copied and illustrated by Peter Alamire doubled as code that allowed King Henry VIII to vanquish rivals to the throne; the new recording by the Alamire Ensemble explains it all!

Alexander Agricola: The Masses

Program: #06-47, Air Date: 11/13/06

The fine Hungarian ensemble A:N:S Chorus conducted by Janos Bali continues their series dedicated to the masses of Agricola with two based on chansons by illustrious Lowland predecessors: Guillaume Dufay's "Le serviteur" and Antoine Busnois' "Je ne demande."

Alexander Agricola: The Chansons

Program: #06-46, Air Date: 11/06/06

In honor of the 500th anniversary of the death of this great Ghent-born composer, Fretwork and countertenor Michael Chance give us the chansons and consort works in a new release from Harmonia Mundi.