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Archive for 2017

January 21, 2017

podcast

Pièces de clavessin.

Say Who? Gaspard Le Roux

Gaspard Le Roux: a composer whose music looms large, but whose life remains in the shadows.

February 6, 2017

podcast

Chopin plays for the Radziwi??s, 1829.

Chopin a Deux

Chopin’s famous concertos played on two original Erard grand pianos.

February 11, 2017

show

Roses

That’s D’Amore!

Ah, Valentine’s Day – a time to cherish a new romance or rekindle an old flame! This week on Harmonia, we explore the sounds of a trio of instruments d'amore.

February 21, 2017

podcast

Detail of Hermann Finck's Practica Musica.

Beauty Farm

It would be interesting to know the story behind the name of the ensemble, Beauty Farm. But never mind…it’s peculiar enough that you’re not likely to forget it!

February 25, 2017

show

Bach family

The Other Guy

What if your name was famous, but your work wasn’t?

March 6, 2017

podcast

Silvestro Ganassi: La Fontegara.

Madrigali Diminuiti

Verdelot’s madrigals (“à la Ganassi”) from the ensemble Doulce Mémoire.

March 11, 2017

show

Mardi Gras masks

Masquerade

What do the Mardi Gras parades of New Orleans, the famous Carnival of Venice, and the Jewish holiday Purim all have in common? Why, costumes, of course!

March 22, 2017

podcast

Ensemble Zefiro.

Bach à la Française

Ensemble Zefiro explores Bach's associations with France, and the incorporation of the French style into his music.

March 25, 2017

show

Mondonville portraits

Music of Mondonville

Although famous in his day, the music of French baroque composer Jean-Joseph de Mondonville has, nowadays, mostly been forgotten.

March 30, 2017

podcast

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Rough drawing in oil (1821)

Mendelssohn Sonatas From Childhood, Adolescence And Adulthood

Mendelssohn's three sonatas for violin and fortepiano played on 19th century period instruments.

April 12, 2017

podcast

The Sense of Hearing: A Man Playing a Lute.

Marco Dall’Aquila: Music For Lute

Marco Dall’Aquila bridged the gap between two very different periods in the life of the lute, its music, and its playing techniques.

April 21, 2017

podcast

An early 5 octave Broadwood piano, 1788.

Johann Wilhelm Hässler

Keyboard music by Johann Wilhelm Hässler, played on harpsichord, clavichord, and fortepiano.

May 5, 2017

podcast

 Portrait of Saint Philip Neri by Giuseppe Nogari (1699-1766).

Canzonette Spirituali e Morali

Ratis’s Canzonette are more personal than theological or formal--sometimes blithe, sometimes tender, sometimes sensual, often humorous.

May 27, 2017

podcast

Catalina Vicens, 2016.

Il Cembalo di Partenope

The 500 year old instrument is one of the earliest harpsichords that has survived the trials of travel and time.

January 21, 2017

podcast

Pièces de clavessin.

Say Who? Gaspard Le Roux

Gaspard Le Roux: a composer whose music looms large, but whose life remains in the shadows.

February 6, 2017

podcast

Chopin plays for the Radziwi??s, 1829.

Chopin a Deux

Chopin’s famous concertos played on two original Erard grand pianos.

February 11, 2017

show

Roses

That’s D’Amore!

Ah, Valentine’s Day – a time to cherish a new romance or rekindle an old flame! This week on Harmonia, we explore the sounds of a trio of instruments d'amore.

February 21, 2017

podcast

Detail of Hermann Finck's Practica Musica.

Beauty Farm

It would be interesting to know the story behind the name of the ensemble, Beauty Farm. But never mind…it’s peculiar enough that you’re not likely to forget it!

February 25, 2017

show

Bach family

The Other Guy

What if your name was famous, but your work wasn’t?

March 6, 2017

podcast

Silvestro Ganassi: La Fontegara.

Madrigali Diminuiti

Verdelot’s madrigals (“à la Ganassi”) from the ensemble Doulce Mémoire.

March 11, 2017

show

Mardi Gras masks

Masquerade

What do the Mardi Gras parades of New Orleans, the famous Carnival of Venice, and the Jewish holiday Purim all have in common? Why, costumes, of course!

March 22, 2017

podcast

Ensemble Zefiro.

Bach à la Française

Ensemble Zefiro explores Bach's associations with France, and the incorporation of the French style into his music.

March 25, 2017

show

Mondonville portraits

Music of Mondonville

Although famous in his day, the music of French baroque composer Jean-Joseph de Mondonville has, nowadays, mostly been forgotten.

March 30, 2017

podcast

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Rough drawing in oil (1821)

Mendelssohn Sonatas From Childhood, Adolescence And Adulthood

Mendelssohn's three sonatas for violin and fortepiano played on 19th century period instruments.

April 12, 2017

podcast

The Sense of Hearing: A Man Playing a Lute.

Marco Dall’Aquila: Music For Lute

Marco Dall’Aquila bridged the gap between two very different periods in the life of the lute, its music, and its playing techniques.

April 21, 2017

podcast

An early 5 octave Broadwood piano, 1788.

Johann Wilhelm Hässler

Keyboard music by Johann Wilhelm Hässler, played on harpsichord, clavichord, and fortepiano.

May 5, 2017

podcast

 Portrait of Saint Philip Neri by Giuseppe Nogari (1699-1766).

Canzonette Spirituali e Morali

Ratis’s Canzonette are more personal than theological or formal--sometimes blithe, sometimes tender, sometimes sensual, often humorous.

May 27, 2017

podcast

Catalina Vicens, 2016.

Il Cembalo di Partenope

The 500 year old instrument is one of the earliest harpsichords that has survived the trials of travel and time.

January 21, 2017

podcast

Pièces de clavessin.

Say Who? Gaspard Le Roux

Gaspard Le Roux: a composer whose music looms large, but whose life remains in the shadows.

February 6, 2017

podcast

Chopin plays for the Radziwi??s, 1829.

Chopin a Deux

Chopin’s famous concertos played on two original Erard grand pianos.

February 11, 2017

show

Roses

That’s D’Amore!

Ah, Valentine’s Day – a time to cherish a new romance or rekindle an old flame! This week on Harmonia, we explore the sounds of a trio of instruments d'amore.

February 21, 2017

podcast

Detail of Hermann Finck's Practica Musica.

Beauty Farm

It would be interesting to know the story behind the name of the ensemble, Beauty Farm. But never mind…it’s peculiar enough that you’re not likely to forget it!

February 25, 2017

show

Bach family

The Other Guy

What if your name was famous, but your work wasn’t?

March 6, 2017

podcast

Silvestro Ganassi: La Fontegara.

Madrigali Diminuiti

Verdelot’s madrigals (“à la Ganassi”) from the ensemble Doulce Mémoire.

March 11, 2017

show

Mardi Gras masks

Masquerade

What do the Mardi Gras parades of New Orleans, the famous Carnival of Venice, and the Jewish holiday Purim all have in common? Why, costumes, of course!

March 22, 2017

podcast

Ensemble Zefiro.

Bach à la Française

Ensemble Zefiro explores Bach's associations with France, and the incorporation of the French style into his music.

March 25, 2017

show

Mondonville portraits

Music of Mondonville

Although famous in his day, the music of French baroque composer Jean-Joseph de Mondonville has, nowadays, mostly been forgotten.

March 30, 2017

podcast

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy: Rough drawing in oil (1821)

Mendelssohn Sonatas From Childhood, Adolescence And Adulthood

Mendelssohn's three sonatas for violin and fortepiano played on 19th century period instruments.

April 12, 2017

podcast

The Sense of Hearing: A Man Playing a Lute.

Marco Dall’Aquila: Music For Lute

Marco Dall’Aquila bridged the gap between two very different periods in the life of the lute, its music, and its playing techniques.

April 21, 2017

podcast

An early 5 octave Broadwood piano, 1788.

Johann Wilhelm Hässler

Keyboard music by Johann Wilhelm Hässler, played on harpsichord, clavichord, and fortepiano.

May 5, 2017

podcast

 Portrait of Saint Philip Neri by Giuseppe Nogari (1699-1766).

Canzonette Spirituali e Morali

Ratis’s Canzonette are more personal than theological or formal--sometimes blithe, sometimes tender, sometimes sensual, often humorous.

May 27, 2017

podcast

Catalina Vicens, 2016.

Il Cembalo di Partenope

The 500 year old instrument is one of the earliest harpsichords that has survived the trials of travel and time.

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