Tagged with: Guillaume Dufay

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

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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.

A Meeting in the Lowlands

Program: #03-40, Air Date: 10/06/03

The latest recording by the Binchois Consort takes us to a time when the great Duchy of Burgundy met the Royal French Court at Dufay's home cathedral at Cambrai, as Henry Tudor was preparing to cross the Channel to retake England from Richard III.

Bologna Q15

Program: #03-02, Air Date: 01/13/03

On the heels of the recording of a lowland manuscript containing English music (heard last fall on our Belgian series), this week we hear The Clerk's Group with an Italian manuscript of featuring music by the great lowlands composer Guillaume Dufay.