Tagged with: John Dowland

Here are all our programs tagged with "John Dowland".

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Tudor Choral

Program: #19-18, Air Date: 04/22/19

A Belgian ensemble sings Browne and Ashwell, the new Are Nova release celebrates Taverner and Fayrfax, and an American group gives us Elizabethan sacred and secular.

England Around 1600

Program: #19-10, Air Date: 02/25/19

The lute book of the Dark Lord, transcriptions of Elizabethan works for gamba and accordion (!), and music for the 12-course lute.

17th century Spain & Portugal

Program: #19-07, Air Date: 02/04/19

Sacred works of Manuel Cardoso, popular music for harp, and the Cappella Mediterranea with music of the Golden Age.

Three Medieval Recordings

Program: #18-46, Air Date: 11/05/18

The medieval fiddle, lais and cantigas from France and Spain., and 13th and early 14th century music from the great cathedrals.

Instrumental Elizabethans

Program: #18-32, Air Date: 07/30/18

John Dowland in consort, William Byrd and John Bull, and a look at the “Elizabethan Avant Garde."

Musica Nova: Harmonie des Nations

Program: #18-28, Air Date: 07/02/18

This time, Jordi Savall and Hesperion XXI in a live performance as Volume 11 of their Consort Music series.

Crossing Over, continued

Program: #17-42, Air Date: 10/09/17

The London Town Waits, Trio Medieval with a twist, and Handel gets the Christina Pluhar treatment.

The Harmonia Mundi Family: Autumn 2000

Program: #00-43, Air Date: 09/15/00

NOTE: All the recordings on this program are from the
Harmonia Mundi family of distribution.

Flanders Festival IV

Program: #00-28, Air Date: 06/28/00

NOTE: The music on this program is from the 1999
Flanders International Music Festival, from
the Antwerp "Laus Polyphoniae" series.
The Concord Ensemble performed a program called
"No Object Dearer": Elegies for Henry, Prince of Wales
(d. 1612).
For information about the Flanders Festival, for travel
to Flanders, and about Flemish culture, you may
contact the Belgian Tourist Board at www.visitbelgium.com.

Laus Polyphoniae

Program: #00-23, Air Date: 05/31/00

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from a live
performance from the 1999 Flanders International
Music Festival. This program is from the "Laus Polyphoniae"
series in Antwerp, and features the Concordia Ensemble
with I Fagiolini.
For more information on travel to Flanders, or about
the Festival, you may contact the Belgian Tourist
Office at www.visitbelgium.com.