We’ll explore the recorder, hear sacred music by Orlando di Lasso, and Wendy Gillespie brings us part one of a New York Pro Musica Antiqua retrospective.
Secular music by a composer known mainly for his sacred music and as a teacher of famous composers.
Peter Phillips and the Tallis Scholars bring us music by Jean Mouton, a composer who was compared in his own day to Josquin des Pres.
Mundus et Musica - music from the mysterious late fifteenth-century Segovia manuscript.
Erin Headley directs the ensemble Atalante in a recording of "passionate, sensual, macabre and erotic narratives from 17th-century Rome."
2 musicians + 4 viols + 2 lutes = 19 tracks in a rich palette of colors.
Three French cantatas, a trio sonata and a harpsichord suite from the musicians of Aston Magna.
We’ll hear from two composers at Bogotá Cathedral, explore the origins of the saraband, and discover the ensemble Musica Temprana. Plus, a recent CD by Piffaro.
Wildcat Viols team up with Catherine Webster for music of seventeenth-century England.
Jordi Savall leads the Concert des Nations and seven soloists in this Vivaldi opera set in China.