Tagged with: Guillaume Dufay

Here are all our programs tagged with "Guillaume Dufay".

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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.

And Three More from the Middle Ages

Program: #18-27, Air Date: 06/25/18

The play of the Three Marys, music from the vièlle, and an amazing look at music from Medieval Denmark.

Harmonia Mundi 2000, Part 2

Program: #00-21, Air Date: 05/22/00

NOTE: All of the releases on this program are from the
Harmonia Mundi family of labels. You may order these or our own recordings at Amazon.com (come to: music:classical, and type in "Millennium of Music").

La Reverdie

Program: #17-11, Air Date: 03/06/17

The superb Arcana label has released a five CD set in honor of the 30th anniversary of this medieval ensemble, founded by two pairs of Italian sisters in 1986.

Three Medieval Recordings

Program: #17-03, Air Date: 01/09/17

Arthurian medieval music, the latest from the Gothic Voices, and love songs of the Chansonnier Cordiform (“Shaped like a Heart”)

Alejandro Planchart

Program: #16-30, Air Date: 07/18/16

One of our most loyal and supportive Millennium fans was a student of this great teacher/conductor: this week, some of the classic recordings by the Capella Cordina.

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.

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.

The Swiss Lute School, continued

Program: #03-41, Air Date: 10/13/03

A recent recording from the Schola Cantorum in Basel takes us to a great neglected repertoire: In the 15th century, the most popular lute music was for duos--Crawford Young and Karl-Ernst Schroeder recorded an entire disc of this forgotten music.