Tagged with: William CORNYSH

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

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Stephen Darlington, Part 2

Program: #19-36, Air Date: 08/26/19

The longtime director of the Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford Choir joins us once again with some of his remarkable history with English Choral music from the Eton Choirbook.

Yet Three More from Hyperion

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: #00-34, Air Date: 07/24/00

NOTE: All of the music on this program features
The Cardinall's Musick ensemble directed by our
guest, Andrew Carwood. The Cardinall's Musick
record on Academy Sound and Vision (distributed
by Koch International).

UTRECHT 2000: Charles V and England

Program: #00-41, Air Date: 09/01/00

NOTE: All of the music on this program comes
from the Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht.
For information about music from Festival 2000,
travel to Festival 2001, about other musical and cultural
events in the Netherlands, or tourism in Holland, you
may reach the Netherlands Board of Tourism at:
All of the performances on this concert are by the
ensemble Chapelle du Roi directed by Alistair Dixon.
You may find out more about the life of Charles V at:

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.

Monteverdi at Utrecht, Part I

Program: #01-20, Air Date: 05/14/01

As part of an extraordinary series of concerts at the 2000 Holland Festival of Early Music at Utrecht, a variety of ensembles performed the complete "Selve Morale e Spirituale" of Claudio Monteverdi; for the composer's birthday month, we'll hear some of these great sacred settings.

Nine Notes

Program: #13-35, Air Date: 08/26/13

Ronn McFarlane's latest is a collaboration with instrumentalist Mindy Rosenfeld that takes them from Renaissance dance to 18th century Scotland.
NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the recording Nine Notes that Shook the World featuring Ronn McFarlane and Mindy Rosenfeld. It is on the Sono Luminus label and is CD DSL-92169.


Program: #13-34, Air Date: 08/19/13

Our friend Katarina Livlianić continues her study of late medieval Croatian mystery plays with an amazing new film of the story of Judith.

Laude: Joy and Mystery

Program: #13-27, Air Date: 07/01/13

A recent exhibit at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles featured the reconstruction of the beautiful Laudario of the Compagnia di Sant'Agnese, inspiring this new release by the ensemble Lionheart.

Two from Oxford and Avie

Program: #13-26, Air Date: 06/24/13

The second volume of music from the Eton Choirbook with Christ Church Choir has arrived, as well as a new recording from Queen's College, Oxfiord.