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: #18-51, Air Date: 12/10/18
The Ebor Singers return with their first release (after the popular "Music for Troubled Times”) with Christmas Music from the time of the English Civil War.
Program: #18-48, Air Date: 11/19/18
Madrigals and motets around 1600, 17th century English ayres and songs, and the latest from Les Arts Florissants...
Program: #18-39, Air Date: 09/17/18
Three instrumental releases, including Fretwork’s most recent recording (John Jenkins Consort works continued), late William Byrd keyboard works, and Purcell’s Fantazias.
Program: #18-32, Air Date: 07/30/18
John Dowland in consort, William Byrd and John Bull, and a look at the “Elizabethan Avant Garde."
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: #17-52, Air Date: 12/18/17
A Christmas recording from Denmark, and a rare Christmas mass by a nearly-unknown English composer from the time of Henry VII.
Program: #00-29, Air Date: 06/29/00
NOTE: All of the music on this program features The Cardinall's
Musick ensemble directed by our guest, Andrew Carwood.
All of the recordings are on ASV (Academy Sound and Vision) and are distributed by Koch International.
Program: #00-28, Air Date: 06/28/00
NOTE: The music on this program is from the 1999
Flanders International Music Festival, from
the Antwerp "Laus Polyphoniae" series.
The Concord Ensemble performed a program called
"No Object Dearer": Elegies for Henry, Prince of Wales
For information about the Flanders Festival, for travel
to Flanders, and about Flemish culture, you may
contact the Belgian Tourist Board at www.visitbelgium.com.
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.