Tagged with: Jean Mouton

Here are all our programs tagged with "Jean Mouton".

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Secret History

Program: #17-39, Air Date: 09/18/17

John Potter guides us through his latest project on ECM: Josquin and Victoria from a very different perspective.

Utrecht Festival: Charles V in France

Program: #00-47, Air Date: 11/10/00

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from
the Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht, and
features a performance by the Ensemble Doulce
Memoire directed by Denis Raisin-Dadre.

For information about the Festival in 2001, other
cultural events in the Netherlands, or about travel
to Holland, you may contact the Netherlands Board of
Tourism at:

www.goholland.com

For more information about the Charles V Festival
year, you may explore the Charles V web site:

www.charlesv2000.com

Frank Albinder: An Audio History

Program: #00-18, Air Date: 05/01/00

NOTE: All of the music on this program features performances
by our guest, Frank Albinder. Formerly with Chanticleer,
Mr. Albinder is currently director of the Washington Men's Camerata. For more information, you may reach him at the Camerata web site: www.camerata.com.

O Holy Night

Program: #17-01, Air Date: 12/26/16

St. Nicholas, Christmas music from the last of the Minnesingers, and a beautiful Noel from Renaissance France.

The Sixteenth Century

Program: #16-25, Air Date: 06/13/16

Music for Emperor Charles V, Pope Leo X, and the great Franco-Flemish composer (and maybe Josquin pupil) Nicholas Gombert.

Christmas Joy

Program: #15-52, Air Date: 12/21/15

The new recording of carols from Queens College, driving the cold winter away with Piffaro, and a sunny Christmas from Baroque Brazil.

Sacred Works of Jean Mouton, 1515

Program: #15-27, Air Date: 06/29/15

Two great French early music ensembles, Clément Janequin and Diabolus in Musica, come together to pay tribute to a superb composer and a fateful year.

The Spy’s Choirbook

Program: #15-10, Air Date: 03/02/15

The beautiful editions copied and illustrated by Peter Alamire doubled as code that allowed King Henry VIII to vanquish rivals to the throne; the new recording by the Alamire Ensemble explains it all!

Christmas with the Shepherds

Program: #14-51, Air Date: 12/15/14

The latest from Rory McCleery and the Marian Consort gives us the famous shepherd motet by Jean Mouton and its impact in the 16th century.

Tu es Petrus

Program: #14-22, Air Date: 05/26/14

The rediscovery of the music of Jean Mouton continues with the latest by the Brabant Ensemble directed byStephen Rice.