Organist Francesco Cera plays an original positive organ built in 1772, now kept at the Franciscan Convent of Lustra Cilento in Italy.
The Music Division of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts owes much of its collection to the 19th century financier, Joseph W. Drexel.
The Basel based chamber orchestra I TEMPI hopes to bridge the separation between baroque and modern orchestras.
Two Boston based ensembles, Newton Baroque and Exsultemus, come together in a world-premiere recording of Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer's Vespers.
A concerto program from the Irish Baroque Orchestra features instruments less often on exhibit in solo roles, as well as instruments in unusual combinations.
C.P.E. Bach and gala music for the Captains of the Hamburg Citizens Guard.
Jones is one of the most common surnames in England, as is John for a given name. But do you know the 18th century contemporary of Handel, John Jones?
“No description, no imagination can do justice to these compositions...the admiration of the musical world."
The string quartet is the pinnacle of Classical chamber music, but the string trio doesn’t get the same respect!
Taverner’s Western Wind Mass is considered the first mass of its kind in England to use a secular tune rather than plainchant as its cantus firmus.