Programs tagged with: Binchois Consort

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Music for St. Katherine of Alexandria

Program: #19-31, Air Date: 07/22/19

Andrew Kirkman and his Binchois Consort are back with an amazing look at the 15th century English cult of St. Catherine, a revival inspired in part by Henry V’s marriage to Katherine de Valois.

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🔊 A Meeting in the Lowlands

Program: #03-40, Air Date: 10/06/03

The latest recording by the Binchois Consort takes us to a time when the great Duchy of Burgundy met the Royal French Court at Dufay's home cathedral at Cambrai, as Henry Tudor was preparing to cross the Channel to retake England from Richard III.

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🔊 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.

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🔊 Mass for St. Anthony Abbott

Program: #05-23, Air Date: 05/30/05

All of the music on this recording is from the Hyperion disc Mass for St. Anthony Abbott featuring the Binchois Consort directed by Andrew Kirkman (CDA 67474). As we heard on Millennium of Music program 03-06 (featuring the Mass for St. Anthony of Padua, Hyperion CD 66854), the great Guillaume Dufay (1397-1474) bequeathed two manuscripts of his own music to the St. Stephen Chapel in Cambrai. Aside from the Anthony of Padua Mass and a three-voice Requiem, there was an Anthony Abbott Mass. While the manuscript has been lost, the Anthony of Padua Mass was identified by David Fallows in a Trent manuscript in the late '70s; and a Missa Beati Anthoni found in another Trent source has the Propers for the Feast of Anthony Abbott. While Anthony Abbott was a desert father (c. 251-356), the shrine in the Vienne region south of Lyons is also the founding community of the Antonine order. Both Dufay and is estimable contemporary Gilles Binchois wrote music for his feast day on January 17th.

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