Tagged with: PHILIPPE VERDELOT

Here are all our programs tagged with "PHILIPPE VERDELOT".

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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.

Suzi Digby and Ora

Program: #17-34, Air Date: 08/14/17

For 25 years Suzi Digby has been a champion of choral artistry for young people, from schools, with the Voices Foundation, to the London Youth Choir. Now, with Ora, she celebrates music old and new; Suzi joins us this week.

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.

Three from CPO

Program: #16-42, Air Date: 10/10/16

The superb German label gives us music of Erasmus Widmann, and the latest from two great ensembles, Weser-Renaissance and Der Singphoniker.

Charles V in Italy

Program: #01-03, Air Date: 01/15/01

Continuing with one of the primary themes from the Utrecht Festival 2000, the Capella Ducale Venetia relates the Flemish-born Emperor to the composers he heard in Italy.

Secular Spain

Program: #16-16, Air Date: 04/11/16

Luys Milan, Cabezon, and the Guerra Manuscript.

Three 16th Century Recordings

Program: #16-03, Air Date: 01/11/16

Secular music from the Naxos family of recordings with popular songs of Italy, lute music of Poland, and music for wealthy gentlemen.

Christmas Joy

Program: #15-52, Air Date: 12/21/15

The new recording of carols from Queens College, driving the cold winter away with Piffaro, and a sunny Christmas from Baroque Brazil.

Magister X

Program: #02-38, Air Date: 09/23/02

Once again, the Alamire foundation weighs in with a superb recording (and story book!) of the works of an imaginary Flemish composer as he journeyed to Italy from Bruges, bringing the Northern style as he went.

Peter Philips and Francisco Guerrero

Program: #06-21, Air Date: 05/15/06

You may know about the Tallis Scholars' latest disc, dedicated to Guerrero's Missa Surge Propera; we'll hear some of that disc, and a rare import of Phillip's work with the Musica Reservata of Barcelona in Guerrero's Missa Dormendo un giorno and rarely-heard motets.