Tagged with: CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI

Here are all our programs tagged with "CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI".

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New CD Releases of Italian Repertoire

Program: #94-07, Air Date: 02/14/94

The 15th Anniversary Special

Program: #94-15, Air Date: 04/18/94

NOTE: Our special guest for this program is Martin Goldsmith, host of NPR’s Performance Today.

Yet Three More from Tactus

Program: #20-05, Air Date: 01/20/20

The History of St. Martin, 1558; Marian music of the early Italian Baroque; and mandolin compositions by Filippo Sauli.

Pomerium: Mannerist Motets & Musical Games

Program: #19-40, Air Date: 09/23/19

Alexander Blachly returns to share the latest recordings from his superb vocal ensemble.

Stephen Cleobury and the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

Program: #19-22, Air Date: 05/20/19

The longest-serving conductor of this world-famous ensemble looks back on his work, and the service King's College has done for early music.

NOTE: All of the music on this program is features the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge and our guest Stephen Cleobury. For more information: http://www.kings.cam.ac.uk/choir/index.html

Tudor Choral

Program: #19-18, Air Date: 04/22/19

A Belgian ensemble sings Browne and Ashwell, the new Are Nova release celebrates Taverner and Fayrfax, and an American group gives us Elizabethan sacred and secular.

The 17th Century Voice

Program: #19-17, Air Date: 04/15/19

Three views on the early Baroque, with music of Barbara Strozzi, a world-premiere recordings of counter-tenor arias, and the Grammy-award-winning Apollo’s Fire recording, “Songs of Orpheus."

Monteverdi and The Sixteen, continued

Program: #18-37, Air Date: 09/03/18

The extraordinary series of recordings of Monteverdi conducted by Harry Christophers continues with the second CD of material from the posthumous 1650 collection that includes the Mass for 4 Voices.

Italian Roots of the Baroque, vocal edition

Program: #18-35, Air Date: 08/16/18

A Sacred oratorio by Luigi Rossi, a world premiere of a Plague Mass by Orazio Benevoli, and the earliest use of the violin (with voice!).

Three from Ricercar

Program: #17-48, Air Date: 11/18/17

Since it’s founding in 1980, this label has celebrated early music; this week: Tinctoris, a Mary Magdalene oratorio, and the role of the hurdy-gurdy in the French baroque.