Tagged with: FRANCISCO de la TORRE

Here are all our programs tagged with "FRANCISCO de la TORRE".

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400 Years

Program: #18-06, Air Date: 01/29/18

Cistercian chant, music of Venice in the middle ages, and dances from Spain in the 1400s.

Three from Brilliant Classics

Program: #16-45, Air Date: 10/31/16

Keyboard artistry from the court of Gesualdo, recorder music from Golden Age Spain, and sacred motets of a composer other side famous for his keyboard publications, Claudio Merulo.

A Meeting in Toledo

Program: #03-44, Air Date: 11/03/03

In early summer 1502, Duke Philip the Fair of Burgundy was escorted into Toledo by his father-in-law King Ferdinand, where they were greeted by Queen Isabella--the greatest lowland of composers of the day travelled along and composed for the occasion, and the latest recording by the Orlando Consort celebrates this meeting.