Program: #92-07, Air Date: 02/24/92
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").
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.
Program: #14-44, Air Date: 10/27/14
From the obscure (Edmund Sturton) to the famous (the masses of William Byrd), recent releasescelebrate the glory of Tudor England.
Program: #04-10, Air Date: 03/01/04
All of the music on this program is from the recording
Manchicourt with the Huelgas Ensemble directed by Paul van Nevel.
Program: #06-43, Air Date: 10/16/06
Contentious, controversial, and truly pan-European, Ieper's Jacobus de Kerle has been championed by that most dedicated of Lowlands music proponents, Paul van Nevel with his Huelgas Ensemble--the new disc even includes excepts from the de Kerle Requiem.
Program: #06-03, Air Date: 01/09/06
The evolution of counterpoint was one of the themes of the 2005 Festival, and Paul van Nevel with his Huelgas Ensemble take us on a tour of the 15th century with the famous (Dufay, Josquin) and the rare (Forestier, Kerle).
Program: #08-06, Air Date: 01/28/08
Paul Van Nevel directs the Netherlands Chamber Choir in a program of late 16th century music from Prague, with some familiar composers (Gallus, Kerle, Monte), and some rarely-heard works by Karel Luython (1557-1620) and Lambert de Sayve (1549-1614).
Program: #08-05, Air Date: 01/21/08
Paul van Nevel (in typical fashion) has found for his Huelgas Ensemble a stunning body of work--settings by many of the greatest composers of 16th century France (Mouton, Sermisy, Sandrin) in most cases with words by Francis I himself!
Program: #09-10, Air Date: 03/02/09
In a typical break with the prevailing winds, Paul Van Nevel and his Huelgas Ensemble give us a concert illustrating Praetorius' pivotal role between the Renaissance and Baroque styles of music.