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November 18, 2012

 

The Mystical Nativity

Music For The Holiday Season

We've handpicked a variety of early music recordings – new and old – to help get you into the spirit of the holiday season: Bach, Schutz, chant and more.

November 11, 2012

 

anne azema

Catching Up With The Boston Camerata, Part 2

Music from the Medici Codex, a continuation of our conversation with the Boston Camerata’s Anne Azéma, and the first solo concerto ever composed for the viola.

October 14, 2012

 

The Galileo Project concert.

Tafelmusik’s Galileo Project

Allison Mackay speaks about The Galileo Project. Plus, we explore the vihuela, and our featured release takes us down the path of the Pied Piper.

October 7, 2012

 

anne azema and joel cohen

Catching Up With The Boston Camerata, Part 1

Part one of a conversation with Boston Camerata director Anne Azéma. Plus, we’ll explore the shawm as an instrument of the renaissance consort, and more.

September 16, 2012

 

birthplace of the charango

Celebrating Early Music In Latin America

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.

September 9, 2012

 

big ben

A Musical Tour Of London

We’re exploring some of the oldest musical centers of London.

August 19, 2012

 

CDs on desk

What’s New: Six Recordings Worthy Of Your Early Music Collection

We’ll hear music of Neidhart, Ockeghem, Pierre de la Rue, Falvetti and Vivaldi. Plus, a “classic” release, the first recording by the ensemble La Petite Bande.

July 29, 2012

 

john taverner

Catchy Tunes: Gloria Tibi Trinitas

We’re solving an antiphon mystery: Why are there so many pieces titled “In nomine”? We’ll find out why, as well as explore the origins of the sackbut.

July 8, 2012

 

Hans Sachs

A Musical Tour Of Nuremberg

We’ll hear music created and published in Nuremberg, plus music by Schmelzer performed by the Freiburger Barock Consort.

June 24, 2012

 

Emil Doepler, ca.1905.

Music For The End Of Time

It’s the end of the world as we know it! We'll hear music on apocalyptic themes and explore some of the earliest polyphony ever sung.

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