Tagged with: LUCA MARENZIO

Here are all our programs tagged with "LUCA MARENZIO".

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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.

Three More from Harmonia Mundi

Program: #18-48, Air Date: 11/19/18

Madrigals and motets around 1600, 17th century English ayres and songs, and the latest from Les Arts Florissants...

Three from Arcana

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.

The Sixteen and Italian Masters

Program: #16-40, Air Date: 09/26/16

The great English ensemble begins a new series of recordings of music of Monteverdi, and also looks at Italians who came to the royal court of Poland.

Il Trionfo di Dori

Program: #15-38, Air Date: 09/14/15

This 1592 Venetian publication gave us 29 madrigals by 29 different composers; it is reconstructed for us by the King’s Singers.

St. Paul’s Cathedral Choir

Program: #15-15, Air Date: 04/06/15

In honor of the Choir's multi-city tour in the second half of April 2015, we have a special program looking at past recordings of early music by the ensemble introduced by their music director, Andrew Carwood.

A Medieval Christmas

Program: #14-53, Air Date: 12/29/14

NOTE: All of the releases on this program are from recent recordings of material for Christmastide.

Keeping the tradition of the Twelve Day celebration, we’ll range from Florence to England to an exclusive service for St. Thomas a Beckett (whose Feast Day is Dec. 29).

Spotlight on the Netherlands: Don Carlo Gesualdo (c.1561-1613)

Program: #07-05, Air Date: 01/22/06

Who isn't fascinated by the murderer prince? The fine Italian ensemble La Venexiana gives us highlights of the madrigal Books Four and Five.

Music for Valentine’s Day, Part 2

Program: #13-07, Air Date: 02/11/13

This week we move to early Renaissance Burgundy, Italy, and France withe recordings by Asteria, the Nelson/Bartram Duo, and Mignarda.