Tagged with: Johannes Ockeghem

Here are all our programs tagged with "Johannes Ockeghem".

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Pomerium: Mannerist Motets & Musical Games

Program: #19-40, Air Date: 09/23/19

Alexander Blachly returns to share the latest recordings from his superb vocal ensemble.

500th Anniversary of Johannes Ockeghem: The Motets

Program: #97-14, Air Date: 04/07/97

NOTE: We were joined in this program by Fr. Jerome Weber, early music critic for Fanfare magazine. Many of these recordings were out-of-print when the program was aired.

Blue Heron

Program: #19-02, Air Date: 12/31/18

The Cambridge-based ensemble brings us a program of Ockeghem and his contemporaries; our special guest is the ensemble’s conductor, Scott Metcalfe.

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.

The Gates of Glory and Ockeghem

Program: #18-02, Air Date: 01/01/18

The superb series from the Eton Choirbook with Christ Church cathedral continues, and excepts from a live concert by Blue Heron.

The Renaissance

Program: #17-25, Air Date: 06/12/17

The remarkable Fra Bernardo label gives us Ockeghem masses, a world premier recording of Manchicourt, and the 16th century reinvention of Latin antiquity.

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”)

Magister X

Program: #02-38, Air Date: 09/23/02

Once again, the Alamire foundation weighs in with a superb recording (and story book!) of the works of an imaginary Flemish composer as he journeyed to Italy from Bruges, bringing the Northern style as he went.

Bruges 2002, Part 3

Program: #02-11, Air Date: 03/18/02

From the multi-disc set "The Golden Age of European
Polyphony" from the Belgian label Cypres, we continue our recognition of Bruges as the European Cultural Capital 2002 with music of Ockeghem.

Three Renaissance Masters

Program: #15-41, Air Date: 10/05/15

The latest in the Palestrina edition with The Sixteen, Lassus from the Cinquecento Ensemble, and a new recording of Ockeghem’s Missa L’homme armé.