Program: #94-18, Air Date: 05/02/94
Program: #94-07, Air Date: 02/14/94
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.
Program: #97-04, Air Date: 01/27/97
Program: #18-30, Air Date: 07/16/18
The inspiration from the humanistic circle of Galileo’s father (including his brother’s own lute work), and harpsichord composers inspired by the new humanism.
Program: #17-28, Air Date: 07/03/17
The lovely Marian Vespers of Cavalli; an examination of the feminine sacred and divine in the early 17th century; and Frescobaldi on accordion!.
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.
Program: #01-11, Air Date: 03/12/00
Music in the Library: Looking forward to Bach's birthday, a concert from Utrecht by the ensemble La Fenice of music from the master's personal library.
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.
Program: #15-48, Air Date: 11/23/15
Three recent releases highlight the musical ferment of the first decades of the 1600s: the brothers Praetorius, the roots of opera, and the remarkable Berlin Gamba Book.