Tagged with: PIERRE de la RUE

Here are all our programs tagged with "PIERRE de la RUE".

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Cappella Pratensis

Program: #19-05, Air Date: 01/21/19

This Dutch ensemble (familiar to our listeners from many performances from the Utrecht Festival) gives us an amazing program of music that surrounded the artist Hieronymus Bosch.

Fra Bernardo: Pierre de la Rue

Program: #18-44, Air Date: 10/23/18

The unusual Austrian label gives us a fairly-well-known composer, but with world-premiere recordings of previously-unrecorded masses.

A Renaissance Century

Program: #18-31, Air Date: 07/23/18

New recordings of Ockeghem, music for the Virgin Mary, and the rarely-heard Sebastian de Vivanco.

Clare College, Cambridge

Program: #17-21, Air Date: 05/15/17

We are just back from a journey to London where we spent time with Musical Director Graham Ross, who shares his teaching philosophy and the great new recording of music for Corpus Christi, including Josquin’s masterful Missa Pange lingua.

Renaissance Masters

Program: #16-44, Air Date: 10/24/16

The Brabant Ensemble with Pierre de la Rue, the Ensemble Gilles Binchois with Heinrich Isaac, and De Profundis with a world premiere recording of music by Bernardino de Ribera.

The Swiss Early Music Scene

Program: #01-49, Air Date: 12/03/01

More from the concert featuring the Schola Cantorum of Basel celebrating the 500th anniversary of the first printed music by Ottaviano Petrucci--including some sacred settings.

Requiescat in pace

Program: #01-38, Air Date: 09/17/01

Masses by Pierre de la Rue, Morales, and the Gregorian service in memory of those who fell September 11, 2001.

Marguerite of Austria’s Songbook

Program: #02-44, Air Date: 11/04/02

Pierre de la Rue achieved fame matched only by Josquin des Prez, moving in the Lowlands from Burgundy to the southern part of modern Holland, serving the Hapsburgs and spending his last years in Kortrijk in Flanders--this week a recent recording dedicated to the most important 16th century woman in the Lowlands, Marguerite of Austria.

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.

Bruges 2002, Part 1

Program: #02-09, Air Date: 03/04/02

The cultural capital of Europe moves to Belgium this year and we begin commemorating the occasion this week with a gorgeous CD from the ensemble Capilla Flamenca featuring music of Jacob Obrecht, Pierre de la Rue and Josquin Desprez (from the Alamire Foundation).