Tagged with: CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI

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

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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.

Christmas Stocking Stuffers

Program: #00-48, Air Date: 11/20/00

--Our annual review of new recordings for the season.

Flanders Festival II

Program: #00-24, Air Date: 06/03/00

NOTE: The music on this program is from the 1999
Flanders International Music Festival, from the Early
Music Series in Bruges.
The program, "A Mass in Venice c. 1620" features the
chorus and orchestra of the Capella Ducale, Venice,
directed by Livio Picotti.
For information on the Flanders Festival, for travel to
Flanders, and for cultural events, you may contact the
Belgian Tourist Office at www.visitbelgium.com.

Music from Austria, Part I

Program: #00-01, Air Date: 01/01/00

NOTE: ALL of the music on this program comes from music festivals in Austria, and are made possible in part by a grant from the Austrian National Tourist Office with additional support from Austrian Airlines. For more information on music festivals,
cultural events, and travel to Austria, you may contact the tourist office in New York at (212) 944-6880, or vists the web site: www.anto.com

Monteverdi and His Circle, Continued

Program: #17-18, Air Date: 04/24/17

The first as well as the latest in the Monteverdi cycle by Les Arts Florissants, and the Opera Il Ritorno d'Ulisse.

Monteverdi and His Circle

Program: #17-12, Air Date: 03/13/17

A re-release for the Monteverdi 450th, plus Cavalli’s ravishing Requiem and the work long thought to be the ”first” opera, Peri’s Euridice.

Three from Tactus

Program: #17-06, Air Date: 01/29/17

The Italian label will take us from music used for both sacred and secular pieces (with just a change of text), to the cusp of the Baroque, to a world premier look at an Italian Baroque master.

Italy Around 1600—Secular Edition

Program: #16-49, Air Date: 11/28/16

The secular side of the early Baroque with music from Cremona, consort works by Carlo Farina, and the early songs about Orpheus that were so inspirational in the creation of the art form of the opera.

The Sixteen and Italian Masters

Program: #16-40, Air Date: 09/26/16

The great English ensemble begins a new series of recordings of music of Monteverdi, and also looks at Italians who came to the royal court of Poland.

The Great Change

Program: #16-21, Air Date: 05/16/16

Italy from 1580 to 1620 was the birthing ground of the Baroque; this week, the ensemble Constantinople, opera superstar Magdalena Kožená, and the father of Galileo.