Tagged with: Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina

Here are all our programs tagged with "Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina".

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A Renaissance Century

Program: #18-31, Air Date: 07/23/18

New recordings of Ockeghem, music for the Virgin Mary, and the rarely-heard Sebastian de Vivanco.

Palestrina

Program: #18-05, Air Date: 01/22/18

The latest in the great Palestrina series from The Sixteen, the Sistine Chapel Choir, and selections from Monteverdi’s sacred works.

In Paradisum

Program: #00-19, Air Date: 05/08/00

NOTE: All of the music on this program comes from the new recording on the ECM label, IN ARADISUM. It is CD number ECM-1653 (or Universal Classics no. 289.457.851-2). The performers are the Hilliard Ensemble. You may order this as well as other Millennium of Music recordings on Amazon.com,
by selecting Music: Classical: then typing in "Millennium of Music." This program is dedicated to Eva Printz and John Cardinal O'Connor.

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

The King’s Singers and Palestrina

Program: #17-23, Air Date: 05/22/17

When David Hurley decided to leave the King’s Singers after a record-breaking 26-year stint with the group, he left a beautiful testament: the Song of Solomon settings of Palestrina; this week he shares it with us.

Italy Around 1600—Sacred Edition

Program: #16-48, Air Date: 11/21/16

New sacred music recordings by the Marian Consort of works by Gesualdo, New York Polyphony performing Palestrina and Victoria, and some world-premiere recordings of music by Palestrina’s successor in Rome, Giovanni Mario Nanino.

Top Ten Early Music Recordings of 2000, Part II

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

Top Ten Early Music Recordings of 2000, Part I

Program: #00-52, Air Date: 12/25/00

NOTE: All of the music on this program
was chosen by Fr. Jerome Weber, early music
critic for Fanfare and Goldberg magazines.

In Paradisum

Program: #02-24, Air Date: 06/17/02

Members of the Hilliard Ensemble share their latest recording on ECM with music for the Requiem Mass by Victoria and Palestrina.

Victoria and Palestrina in Rome

Program: #03-20, Air Date: 05/19/03

Music in Rome at the end of the 16th century performed by the Orchestra of the Renaissance at the 2002 Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht.