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Bernard Gordillo

Bernard Gordillo was born in Managua, Nicaragua, and raised in New Orleans. He holds degrees from Centenary College of Louisiana, the Early Music Institute at Indiana University, and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London). Bernard also writes and hosts the Harmonia Early Music Podcast.

Recent Posts by Bernard Gordillo

June 15, 2011

 

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Harmonia Time Capsule: Vienna Zoo

Let’s take a quick look back in time…to a special look at the world’s oldest zoo.

June 12, 2011

 

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Birds, Beasts, and Battles

The noble falcon, a crazed cyclops, and music imitating the sounds of battle -- an exploration of birds, beasts, and battles in Renaissance and Baroque music.

May 30, 2011

 

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Listener Favorites: Gesualdo, Tavener, Dalza, Pergolesi, And More

We asked our listening audience to tell us their favorite pieces of early music.

May 2, 2011

 

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Flowers For Mother’s Day

A look at flower themes in music, with a special focus on the rose. Plus, we’ll hear a featured release of Christopher Simpson’s “The Monthes.”

April 4, 2011

 

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Renaissance Poetry: Madrigals, Chansons, and Villancicos

A look at the poetry behind some of the most popular Renaissance vocal music. Plus, Nigel North performs in a featured release of music by Robert Johnson.

March 29, 2011

 

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A Springtime Celebration With Early Music Song And Dance

Harmonia celebrates springtime with songs and dance music from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and early Baroque.

March 12, 2011

 

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La Ritirata, La Galanía, Nigel North, and Ars Nova Copenhagen

Late-baroque sonatas (Arsis), 17th-century Spanish song (Anima e Corpo), lute music of Sylvius Leopold Weiss (BGS), and "histories" of Heinrich Schütz (Dacapo).

March 7, 2011

 

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Queen Christina of Sweden

One of the 17th Century’s most famous women—her life, arts patronage, and historic accomplishments are explored as well as music associated with her court.

March 4, 2011

 

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Sonate Al Pizzico and Alfabeto

17th-century instrumental music with Stephen Stubbs and Maxine Eilander (ATMA), and Rolf Lislevand with Ensemble Kapsberger (Astree).

February 24, 2011

 

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German, French, and Chinese Music from the 17th Century

Performances by Musica Fiorita (Ars Musici) and Musique des Lumières (Naïve).

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