Programs tagged with: Hans Newsidler

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Back to Germany

Program: #16-29, Air Date: 07/11/16

Lute repertoire inspired by Martin Luther; the Dresden Passion; and haunting music of the Thirty Years’ War.

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 The Swiss Lute School: The Humanist Households

Program: #03-45, Air Date: 11/10/03

The Humanist Households and Universities. Without a base of aristocratic patrons, Swiss musicians were especially attracted to the egalitarian nature of the lute. This recent recording centers on the reformist movement around the University of Basle.

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Dulcis Melancholia: A Musical Biography of Margaret of Austria (1480-1530)

Program: #06-45, Air Date: 10/30/06

Born in Brussels, the tragic life of Margaret of Austria was central not only to early 16th century European politics. Her adopted city of Mechlin was surrounded by the greatest composers of the day; on this new disc Dirk Snelling's Capilla Flamenca looks at her circle, including Josquin, Pierre de la Rue, Obrecht, and Agricola.

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Three from Mignarda

Program: #10-38, Air Date: 09/13/10

We come back to the upstate New York duo with three recent discs: "La Rota Fortuna" (music in honor of Spinacino); "Au pres de Vous" (French 16th century chansons); and "Harmonia Caelestis" (16th c. sacred Spanish repertory).

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