Tagged with: John Sheppard

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

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Yet Three More from Hyperion

Program: #18-16, Air Date: 04/09/18

David Skinner’s “De Profundis” Ensemble, the latest from the Westminster Cathedral Choir, and a look at English motets by the ensemble The Gesualdo Six.

Three from Hyperion

Program: #17-46, Air Date: 11/04/17

We will go from the Middle Ages with the Orlando Consort, to the Renaissance and John Sheppard, and lastly to the French, with the sacred music of Couperin.

Andrew Carwood, Part VII

Program: #00-45, Air Date: 09/25/00

NOTE: All of the music on this program is peformed
by The Cardinall's Musick ensemble directed by our
guest, Andrew Carwood. This ensemble records on
Academy Sound and Vision, distributed by Koch
International. The pieces on this program come from
a single disc, Music at All Souls, Oxford (ASV
Gaudeamus CD GAU-196).

James O’Donnell and Westminster

Program: #17-31, Air Date: 07/24/17

The masterful conductor of the Choir of Westminster Abbey takes us through some of his recent recordings of music from the Elizabethan era. All recordings feature The Choir of Westminster Abbey conducted by James O’Donnell.

Oxford vs. Cambridge

Program: #16-36, Air Date: 08/29/16

Delphian gives us the latest from Merton College, while the Choir of Gonville & Caius recreates music from the lost Palace of Westminster.

The Kings of Tharsis

Program: #12-01, Air Date: 12/26/11

The latest from the Schola Antiqua of Chicago takes us on the Christmastide journey through Epiphany.

Two from the Rose Ensemble

Program: #16-06, Air Date: 02/01/16

The viol gives us music from the Lowlands around 1500, and, in a collaboration with the Marian Consort, music from the Baldwin Partbooks.

Songs of Angels

Program: #03-13, Air Date: 03/31/03

Former King's Singer Bill Ives now directs the Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford, and his latest recording celebrates Magdalen composers from 1480 and 1560.

In the Midst of Life

Program: #15-21, Air Date: 05/18/15

The ensemble Contrpunctus begins a series of recordings featuring great Latin Tudor works compiled by John Baldwin in the late 1570s at the St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.

Three from Delphian

Program: #14-19, Air Date: 05/05/14

The excellent Edinburgh-based label features recent recordings ofEnglish music from the late middle ages and Jacobean era, and dances by “Red Rob” Macintosh.