Tagged with: MARC-ANTOINE CHARPENTIER

Here are all our programs tagged with "MARC-ANTOINE CHARPENTIER".

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Musica Nova: Harmonie des Nations

Program: #18-28, Air Date: 07/02/18

This time, Jordi Savall and Hesperion XXI in a live performance as Volume 11 of their Consort Music series.

Three from 17th Century France

Program: #18-26, Air Date: 06/18/18

Tenebrae lessons by Charpentier and a world-premier recording of the Tenebrae of Michel Lambert; and between, the popular fables of La Fontaine set by Clérambault.

And Three from Harmonia Mundi

Program: #18-18, Air Date: 04/23/18

A young ensemble in an Italian garden, sacred music of Monteverdi, and Charpentier’s journey into hell with Orpheus.

Christmas Stocking Stuffers

Program: #00-48, Air Date: 11/20/00

--Our annual review of new recordings for the season.

Three from Harmonia Mundi

Program: #16-35, Air Date: 08/22/16

The early 17th century in France (both sacred and secular) and the amazing solo work by the English composer killed in the Puritan revolution.

Music from Versailles III

Program: #01-12, Air Date: 03/19/00

Mass for the Death of a Prince: When the young prince of the house of Guise died soon after his marriage, followed by the death of his young son and mother-in-law, the family turned to Marc-Antoine Charpentier to write one of
the most intimate and touching works of the French baroque. We will hear the Ensemble La Fenice from the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles.

Christmas Stocking Stuffers

Program: #01-48, Air Date: 11/26/01

Our annual listen to new releases appropriate as gifts as we enter the Advent season.

Music for Mary and a Jesuit Requiem–Funerailles pour un grand Jésuite–

Program: #02-48, Air Date: 12/02/02

Both Marian devotions and meditations on our own passing are appropriate for the Advent season. One of the most beautiful performances from Utrecht 2002 was Le Concert Spiritual directed by Herve Niquet with the Litanies of the Virgin by Charpentier and a very rare requiem by the early Baroque composer Pierre Bouteiller.

War & Peace 1614-1714, Part 2

Program: #15-25, Air Date: 06/15/15

We continue with Jordi Savall’s latest project, this week from the Treaty of Turin to the War of the Spanish Succession.

NOTE: all of the music on these programs is from the new release/book by Jordi Savall.It is on the Alia Vox label and is CD ASVA 9908.

L’Esprit Galant: Airs de Cour

Program: #05-07, Air Date: 02/07/05

All of the music on this program is from a live concert given at the Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht 2004 featuring Johanette Zomer, soprano, and Fred Jacobs, theorbo.