Tagged with: John Sheppard

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

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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.

The Voice of the Turtle Dove

Program: #14-21, Air Date: 05/19/14

The latest from The Sixteen takes the ensemble back to the beautiful English early Renaissance repertoire.

Three New Discs from ECM

Program: #08-39, Air Date: 09/15/08

New releases include the great Hilliard Ensemble returning to their core repertoire of early English vocal music; and former Hilliard member John Potter is back with his latest in the Dowland project series, an unusual compilation entitled Romaria.


Program: #12-49, Air Date: 12/26/12

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

Vox patris caelestis–The Rutgers Collegium Musicum

Program: #10-40, Air Date: 09/27/10

Musicum are back with the huge motet by William Mundy that titles the disc, plus the Missa Euge bone by Christopher Tye and works by Tallis, Shepppard and Taverner.

Music from the Chirk Castle Part-Books

Program: #10-22, Air Date: 05/24/10

This disc (again with the Brabant Ensemble) presents a selection of works from the Chirk Castle part-books, a fascinating collection of devotional music from the Tudor period that remained hidden in the castle library for three hundred years.

The disc is on Hyperion and is CD number CDA67695.

John Sheppard: Media vita

Program: #10-19, Air Date: 05/03/10

We turn to the core of our repertoire this month--Renaissance polyphony--beginning with the latest from the much-lauded ensemble Stile Antico.