Program: #00-14, Air Date: 04/03/00
Program: #17-06, Air Date: 01/29/17
The Italian label will take us from music used for both sacred and secular pieces (with just a change of text), to the cusp of the Baroque, to a world premier look at an Italian Baroque master.
Program: #16-21, Air Date: 05/16/16
Italy from 1580 to 1620 was the birthing ground of the Baroque; this week, the ensemble Constantinople, opera superstar Magdalena Kožená, and the father of Galileo.
Program: #15-36, Air Date: 08/31/15
The prolific Catalan artist this time gives us airs from Marais’ Alcione, part 2 of the Galicia project, and the second collection dedicated to Montserrat Figueras.
Program: #14-46, Air Date: 11/10/14
The latest from Phantasm dedicated to John Ward; the Rose Consort of Viols takes us on a European tour, and young Thomas Dunford picks up the archlute.
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).
Program: #14-27, Air Date: 06/30/14
Three recent releases of dances and instrumental music from the cusp of the Baroque.
Program: #04-46, Air Date: 11/08/04
NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the 2004 Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht.
Program: #14-05, Air Date: 01/27/14
Renaissance Italy and Petrarch settings; a remarkable Armenian troubadour; and Renaissance Nuremberg from royal court to the rise of humanism.
Program: #06-12, Air Date: 03/13/06
From the world-famous Flanders Festival, we go to Bruges as the ensemble More Maiorum directed by Peter Van Heyghen recreates the influence on the new Italian sound on the Lowlands in the first decades of the 17th century