Tagged with: Cipriano de Rore

Here are all our programs tagged with "Cipriano de Rore".

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Three more Ricercar

Program: #19-19, Air Date: 04/29/19

Musical illustrations for a 16th century treatise on ornamentation, harpsichord works of Scheidt and Scheidemann, and wind and hunting horn music by Telemann.

The Swiss Early Music Scene, Continued: Schola Cantorum Basileinsis II: Roots of the Baroque

Program: #00-44, Air Date: 09/20/00

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Three from CPO

Program: #16-42, Air Date: 10/10/16

The superb German label gives us music of Erasmus Widmann, and the latest from two great ensembles, Weser-Renaissance and Der Singphoniker.

Ensemble Doulce Memoire

Program: #02-01, Air Date: 01/07/02

Continuing our interview with Denis Raisin-Dadre, director of this fine French ensemble, with their two newest releases.

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.

Missa diversi toni: The Flemish Hegemony

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

NOTE: All of the music on this program was recorded live at the 2003 Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht. It features the Capella Currende and Concerto Palatino directed by Erik van Nevel, who argues that composers of the Lowlands defined European music in the Renaissance.

Coro della Radio Svizzera, Part 1

Program: #07-23, Air Date: 05/28/07

This great Swiss ensemble will be performing at the Lincoln Center in New York on August 20, 2007, presenting Monteverdi's "Vespro della Beata Vergine" (1610 Marian Vespers). This week we begin a four-part look at their work in early music.

Cipriano de Rore: Madigals and Secular motets

Program: #09-21, Air Date: 05/18/09

Born in Ronse of a Francophone father and Flemish mother, Cipiriano (like Giaches de Wert) brought the Flemish musical genius to Italy.

Cipriano de Rore

Program: #13-39, Air Date: 09/23/13

Familiar as we are with the popular profane works by this Franco-Flemish composer, the fabulous Brabant Ensemble gives us a chance to hear his rarely recorded sacred music