Plucked instruments—lutes, guitars, harps and harpsichords will pick and pizz us through the hour. Plus, a special tribute to lute player Pat O’Brien.
Les Basses Réunies and music of the soldier-musician Tobias Hume.
Udite, Amanti: Lovers, Beware! - Music from the seventeenth-century Barberini courts.
Quire Cleveland presents a program of music by American composers that extends from the first book printed in North America to 20th century composer Amy Beach.
Violinist Stanley Ritchie and harpsichordist Elisabeth Wright have each released their own solo recordings of the music of J.S. Bach.
Music of the Convento de la Encarnación in Mexico City from manuscripts now held at the Newberry Library in Chicago, Illinois.
This hour, we’re looking at families wired for song! Plus, music from Jordi Savall and his two musical offspring.
A new ambitious project from Trio Settecento: the complete Op. 2 Sonate Accademiche by Francesco Maria Veracini.
Bach mentored over 80 students, not the least of them his own sons. Bach’s very last student though was one he taught on his deathbed: Johann Gottfried Müthel.
Ring Around Quartet and Consort sing Frottole: Popular songs of Renaissance Italy.