Tagged with: Guillaume de Machaut

Here are all our programs tagged with "Guillaume de Machaut".

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The 14th Century

Program: #19-43, Air Date: 10/14/19

The superb Gilles Binchois ensemble with anonymous masses from Barcelona and Apt, and late medieval wind music.

The Orlando Consort and Guillaume de Machaut

Program: #19-21, Air Date: 05/13/19

Don Greig shares the newest three recordings from the new series on Hyperion of the complete works of Machaut: “Sovereign Beauty,” “Fortune’s Child,” and “The Gentle Physician."

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.

Three More from the Middle Ages

Program: #18-23, Air Date: 05/28/18

Moralizing songs of the Middle Ages, songs from the Crusades, and the concept of transformation in the 14th century.

Back to the Middle Ages

Program: #18-03, Air Date: 01/08/18

Ars Subtilior, Hildegard von Bingen, and the remarkable III Millennio label with the idea of roses in the medieval imagination.

Three from Hyperion

Program: #17-46, Air Date: 11/04/17

We will go from the Middle Ages with the Orlando Consort, to the Renaissance and John Sheppard, and lastly to the French, with the sacred music of Couperin.

Three from Hyperion

Program: #16-33, Air Date: 08/08/16

The wonderfully supportive label for early music gives us new releases from the 13th, 14th, and 16th centuries.

Three Medieval Studies

Program: #16-31, Air Date: 07/25/16

The latest from Discantus, the superb Schola Gregoriana from Prague, and a breathtaking recording from the German/Iraqi ensemble Sanstierce.

Utrecht 2001: Le Roman de la Rose

Program: #02-21, Air Date: 05/27/02

This week, the great French medieval ensemble Alla Francesca takes us on a musical journey through the epic Roman de la Rose.

Bruges 2002, Part 2

Program: #02-10, Air Date: 03/11/02

From the multi-disc set "The Golden Age of European Polyphony" from the Belgian label Cypres, we celebrate Machaut, Dunstable & Dufay.