Programs tagged with: Capilla Flamenca

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🔊 Bruges 2002, Part 5

Program: #02-15, Air Date: 04/15/02

This week, a unique Alamire Foundation-supported exploration of Flemish music from the time of the Beguine houses.

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🔊 Bruges 2002, Part 1

Program: #02-09, Air Date: 03/04/02

The cultural capital of Europe moves to Belgium this year and we begin commemorating the occasion this week with a gorgeous CD from the ensemble Capilla Flamenca featuring music of Jacob Obrecht, Pierre de la Rue and Josquin Desprez (from the Alamire Foundation).

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🔊 I Fiamminghi: Arnold de Lantins and His Circle

Program: #05-09, Air Date: 02/21/05

All of the music on this program is from the series on the Ricercar label examining the first great generation of Franco-Flemish composers who dominate the musical life of Europe for more than two centuries beginning in the late 14th century. The performance features a number of Flemish ensembles: the Capilla Flamenca, directed by Dirk Snellings, Psallentes under the direction of Hendrik Vanden Abeele, and the Clari Cantuli, directed by Ria Vanwing.

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🔊 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.

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