Tagged with: Antoine Brumel

Here are all our programs tagged with "Antoine Brumel".

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Desires: A Song of Songs collection

Program: #19-20, Air Date: 05/06/19

Note: For this month and next, we share interviews from our recent journey to England celebrating some of the great conductors and ensemble.

Suzi Digby joins us with the latest from her Ora Singers, featuring “the sensuous and highly-charged texts of the Song of Songs."

Three more from Brilliant Classics

Program: #19-15, Air Date: 04/01/19

The Thysuis lute book, keyboard music from Renaissance Poland, and guitar works of Francesco Corbetta.

Christmas Stocking Stuffers

Program: #17-49, Air Date: 11/25/17

Our occasional look at new releases for the season ahead.

The Swiss Early Music Scene

Program: #01-49, Air Date: 12/03/01

More from the concert featuring the Schola Cantorum of Basel celebrating the 500th anniversary of the first printed music by Ottaviano Petrucci--including some sacred settings.

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.

Missa de Beata Virgine

Program: #14-47, Air Date: 11/17/14

Perhaps written in Rome, this grand mass by Antoine Brumel is the latest project from the superb Brabant Ensemble.

The Tudor Renaissance

Program: #14-44, Air Date: 10/27/14

From the obscure (Edmund Sturton) to the famous (the masses of William Byrd), recent releasescelebrate the glory of Tudor England.

The Sixteenth Century

Program: #14-42, Air Date: 10/13/14

Three new releases give us different perspectives on late 16th century music: from the motif of the earth trembling, to Freiburg Cathedral in 1594, to the always arresting Don Carlo Gesualdo.

A Medieval Christmas

Program: #06-52, Air Date: 12/18/06

Our friends The Orlando Consort have a beautiful project for Christmas 2006--we'll talk with founding member Donald Greig about the evolution of this repertoire from the earliest multi-voice writing, through the medieval carol, and into the great era of Franco-Flemish polyphony.

Dulcis Melancholia: A Musical Biography of Margaret of Austria (1480-1530)

Program: #06-45, Air Date: 10/30/06

Born in Brussels, the tragic life of Margaret of Austria was central not only to early 16th century European politics. Her adopted city of Mechlin was surrounded by the greatest composers of the day; on this new disc Dirk Snelling's Capilla Flamenca looks at her circle, including Josquin, Pierre de la Rue, Obrecht, and Agricola.