Tagged with: Josquin Desprez

Here are all our programs tagged with "Josquin Desprez".

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Martin Luther, continued

Program: #17-29, Air Date: 07/10/17

Three new releases: a boxed set of early Lutheran settings set by the liturgical year, an evocation of the crucial year of 1517, and an early Baroque master in Leipzig.

More from Around 1500

Program: #17-16, Air Date: 04/10/17

Josquin, more rare sacred works of Gombert, and the impact of Savanarola.

Three from Brilliant Classics

Program: #16-45, Air Date: 10/31/16

Keyboard artistry from the court of Gesualdo, recorder music from Golden Age Spain, and sacred motets of a composer other side famous for his keyboard publications, Claudio Merulo.

Utrecht 2001

Program: #01-42, Air Date: 10/15/01

Sacred music from the 2001 Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht.

The Swiss Early Music Scene

Program: #01-41, Air Date: 10/08/01

Sacred music fro the first printed music publication (in honor of the 500th anniversary of Petrucci's music books).

Requiem, Part II

Program: #01-39, Air Date: 09/24/01

Early services for those who have departed.

Christmas in the Lowlands

Program: #03-50, Air Date: 12/15/03

For 150 years composers of the Lowlands defined European music--we'll hear some of the greatest Christmas motets from Dufay to Lassus.

The Swiss Lute School: The Humanist Households

Program: #03-45, Air Date: 11/10/03

The Humanist Households and Universities. Without a base of aristocratic patrons, Swiss musicians were especially attracted to the egalitarian nature of the lute. This recent recording centers on the reformist movement around the University of Basle.

A Meeting in Toledo

Program: #03-44, Air Date: 11/03/03

In early summer 1502, Duke Philip the Fair of Burgundy was escorted into Toledo by his father-in-law King Ferdinand, where they were greeted by Queen Isabella--the greatest lowland of composers of the day travelled along and composed for the occasion, and the latest recording by the Orlando Consort celebrates this meeting.

The Spy’s Choirbook

Program: #15-10, Air Date: 03/02/15

The beautiful editions copied and illustrated by Peter Alamire doubled as code that allowed King Henry VIII to vanquish rivals to the throne; the new recording by the Alamire Ensemble explains it all!