Tagged with: William Byrd

Here are all our programs tagged with "William Byrd".

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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.

James O’Donnell and Westminster

Program: #17-31, Air Date: 07/24/17

The masterful conductor of the Choir of Westminster Abbey takes us through some of his recent recordings of music from the Elizabethan era. All recordings feature The Choir of Westminster Abbey conducted by James O’Donnell.

The Cardinall’s Musick and William Byrd

Program: #17-22, Air Date: 05/22/17

Conductor Andrew Carwood guides us through the final recordings of his great William Byrd cycle (Volumes 12 through 14!).

A German Christmas

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.

Oxford vs. Cambridge

Program: #16-36, Air Date: 08/29/16

Delphian gives us the latest from Merton College, while the Choir of Gonville & Caius recreates music from the lost Palace of Westminster.

Christmas Stocking Stuffers

Program: #01-48, Air Date: 11/26/01

Our annual listen to new releases appropriate as gifts as we enter the Advent season.

Andrew Carwood, Part VIII

Program: #01-04, Air Date: 01/22/01

The three great masses of William Byrd.

The Secular Elizabethans

Program: #16-17, Air Date: 04/18/16

Dowland, dances, and music in the court of Mary Queen of Scots.

The Sacred Side

Program: #16-15, Air Date: 04/04/16

Music from Shakespeare’s time featuring the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, the ensemble Ora, and The Sixteen.

Three from England

Program: #16-08, Air Date: 02/15/16

Consort music of Christopher Tye, Dowland’s Book 2, and a lovely program from Nigel North .