Program: #97-04, Air Date: 01/27/97
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.
Program: #19-19, Air Date: 04/29/19
Musical illustrations for a 16th century treatise on ornamentation, harpsichord works of Scheidt and Scheidemann, and wind and hunting horn music by Telemann.
Program: #18-42, Air Date: 10/09/18
The wonderful label dedicated to rarely-heard music gives us music by Giacomo Gorzanus, passionate works of Luca Marenzio, and early 16th century works for two vihuelas.
Program: #18-31, Air Date: 07/23/18
New recordings of Ockeghem, music for the Virgin Mary, and the rarely-heard Sebastian de Vivanco.
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.
Program: #00-21, Air Date: 05/22/00
NOTE: All of the releases on this program are from the
Harmonia Mundi family of labels. You may order these or our own recordings at Amazon.com (come to: music:classical, and type in "Millennium of Music").
Program: #00-20, Air Date: 05/15/00
NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the recording CAROLUS MAXIMUS: Music in the Life of Charles V. It is on the Glissando label, and is CD number 779.008. The performances are by the ensemble Pomerium directed by Alexander Blachly,
with Dolores Costoyas, vihuela.
You may order this or our own Millenium of Music recordings at Amazon.com; go to music: classical, and type in "Millennium of Music."
Broadcast of this program is made possible in part by the Flemish Community at the Belgian Embassy in Washington and the Tourist Office in New York. For information on travel to Flanders for the Charles V 500th anniversary celebrations, you may reach the Tourist Office at www.visitbelgium.com; for more on the festivities, the official Charles V web site is www.charlesv2000.org.
Program: #00-17, Air Date: 04/24/00
NOTE: Both works on this program are from the Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht. The performances are by the Tallis Scholars directed by our guest this week, Peter Phillips. For information on attending the Festival in 2000, you may contact the Netherlands Board of Tourism at 1-888-Go-Holland or at their web site, www.goholland.com.
Program: #00-03, Air Date: 01/03/00
NOTE: Once again, all of the music on this program comes from recordings by the Ensemble Doulce Memoire directed by our guest this week, Denis Raisin-Dadre. If you would like to order this or
any other music you here, you may call our dedicated toll-free number: 1-800-409-4193.
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