Tagged with: Chiara Margarita Cozzolani

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Chiara Margarita Cozzolani, Volume II

Program: #13-41, Air Date: 10/07/13

More from Warren Stewart and Magnificat, reconstructing the music of the 17th century nun (and Mother Superior) as it would have been heard in her own convent.

Chiara Margarita Cozzolani: Complete Works, Volume I

Program: #13-37, Air Date: 09/09/13

Over the years Warren Stewart with his Magnificat ensemble has done stellar work reminding is of this great woman composer of the 17th century; this week, the new edition of the complete works.
NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the ongoing project featuring the complete works of Cozzolani featuring the Magnificat ensemble directed by Warren Stewart. For more information:

http://magnificatbaroque.com/

Chiara Margarita Cozzoloni: Complete Works, Part 2

Program: #10-36, Air Date: 08/30/10

Warren Stewart of Magnificat again joins us with more insights to the popularity (and musical gifts) of this Benedictine nun from Milan.

Chiara Margarita Cozzoloni: Complete Works, Part 1

Program: #10-35, Air Date: 08/23/10

This week and next Magnificat ensemble director Warren Stewart joins us as a guide through the remarkable music of this 17th century Benedictine nun from Milan.

For more information, contact:

www.cozzolani.com

Capella Clausura

Program: #09-41, Air Date: 10/05/09

From the group's mission statement): Cappella CLAUSURA is an ensemble of sopranos, altos, and early music instruments in Boston whose goal is to research and bring to light works written by women from the 8th century to the present day. Our intention is to dispel the notion that there are not now nor have there ever been gifted women composers. While we perform music by all women composers, and champion living composers, we concentrate on repertoire by women in the cloister, or in clausura, during the Italian baroque period because it was an extraordinary time when women were allowed, by fluke of historical personalities and fashion, to express themselves spiritually and artistically, and most importantly, to be published. History has been blind and deaf to these remarkable works;
Cappella Clausura brings vision and voice to them.

For more information on this ensemble:

www.clausura.org