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.
"The repetition of a...harmonic motif evoked a sense of time stretching far beyond the limits of our physical world, thus creating an illusion of eternity!"
Musicke’s Pleasure Garden plays Jaques Paisible’s complete sonatas and suites for baroque treble recorder and continuo.
The Tallis Scholars most recent release of music by John Taverner takes the choir to new heights.
A recording titled FINGERGULL references the golden ring of a medieval blood relic, and presents the chant cycle for the Holy Blood Office in its entirety.
The United Continuo Ensemble performs the "little woodland songs" of Johann Hermann Schein.
The Dufay Collective: capturing medieval poetry in song.
A 2015 release from cellist Kristin von der Goltz showcases the music of two little known 18th century composers--Francis Caporale and Johann Galliard.
The Cantigas de Santa Maria are what a 2015 Phi records release calls "a unique medieval monument."