Tagged with: ANTOINE BUSNOIS

Here are all our programs tagged with "ANTOINE BUSNOIS".

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The Harmonia Mundi Family: Autumn 2000

Program: #00-43, Air Date: 09/15/00

NOTE: All the recordings on this program are from the
Harmonia Mundi family of distribution.

Christmas in the Lowlands

Program: #03-50, Air Date: 12/15/03

For 150 years composers of the Lowlands defined European music--we'll hear some of the greatest Christmas motets from Dufay to Lassus.

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.

Busnois and His Circle

Program: #03-06, Air Date: 02/10/03

A new recording by the Binchois Consort highlights music from the 15th century lowlands--the great Antoine Busnois (who died in Bruges), and two rarely-heard composers associated with the Church of Our Lady in Antwerp, Petrus de Domarto and Jean Pullois.

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.

Antoine Busnois: Missa O Crux lignum

Program: #05-04, Air Date: 01/17/05

We continue or celebration of the wealth of music from the Lowlands with a new recording from the masterful Orlando Consort. This recording is on the Harmonia Mundi label, and is CD HMU 90733.

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.

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."

Ars Subtilior and Solage–The Transition from Late Medieval to the Renaissance

Program: #07-18 , Air Date: 04/23/07

The time after Machaut's death was marked by unusual complexities of rhythm, notation, and text called Ars Subtilior--a new disc by the Gothic Voices focuses on the shadowy figure of "Solage," active in French court circles in the 1380s. Not only are some of the pieces recorded of the first time, this disc adds ten works never before attributed to the oeuvre of Solage on stylistic grounds.

Machaut’s Motets & the Blessed Henry Suso–The Transition from Late Medieval to the Renaissance

Program: #07-17 , Air Date: 04/16/07

Thanks to the work of Anne Walters Robertson, we have an amazing theory--that the motets 1-17 of Machaut form a vast cycle on the aspects of spiritual love as delineated by the popular mystic and Dominican friar, Blessed Henry Suso in his treatise "Wisdom's Watch Upon the Hours"--and with two recent recordings, we can track these astounding works.