Program: #19-01, Air Date: 12/24/18
Our annual collection of musical thoughts and reflections on the year passed (and the one to come).
Program: #18-31, Air Date: 07/23/18
New recordings of Ockeghem, music for the Virgin Mary, and the rarely-heard Sebastian de Vivanco.
Program: #18-16, Air Date: 04/09/18
David Skinner’s “De Profundis” Ensemble, the latest from the Westminster Cathedral Choir, and a look at English motets by the ensemble The Gesualdo Six.
Program: #18-08, Air Date: 02/12/18
For their 20th anniversary, this superb Norwegian vocal ensemble (in collaboration with the director of the New Victoria Edition) chose to perform six-voice works by Tomas Luis de Victoria; plus Lamentation settings from the Renaissance.
Program: #17-49, Air Date: 11/25/17
Our occasional look at new releases for the season ahead.
Program: #17-39, Air Date: 09/18/17
John Potter guides us through his latest project on ECM: Josquin and Victoria from a very different perspective.
Program: #00-19, Air Date: 05/08/00
NOTE: All of the music on this program comes from the new recording on the ECM label, IN ARADISUM. It is CD number ECM-1653 (or Universal Classics no. 289.457.851-2). The performers are the Hilliard Ensemble. You may order this as well as other Millennium of Music recordings on Amazon.com,
by selecting Music: Classical: then typing in "Millennium of Music." This program is dedicated to Eva Printz and John Cardinal O'Connor.
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.
Program: #16-51, Air Date: 12/12/16
Christmas music from the time of Martin Luther, and both the Lutheran and Catholic side of the German Baroque.
Program: #16-48, Air Date: 11/21/16
New sacred music recordings by the Marian Consort of works by Gesualdo, New York Polyphony performing Palestrina and Victoria, and some world-premiere recordings of music by Palestrina’s successor in Rome, Giovanni Mario Nanino.