Two Boston based ensembles, Newton Baroque and Exsultemus, come together in a world-premiere recording of Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer's Vespers.
"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!"
We’re exploring nearly seven hundred years of Easter, from the 11th century to the 18th century.
The United Continuo Ensemble performs the "little woodland songs" of Johann Hermann Schein.
We’re investigating the moniker Monica! We’ll trace a tune dubbed “Monica” that was popular throughout Europe for two centuries, and so much more...
Good things come in small packages, like a manuscript of viol music held at the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris.
Music from an ensemble who hopes to pass “seamlessly between different eras and musical styles, between now and then."
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.
Don't you hate it when you're not “in” on an in-joke? This hour, early examples of “eye music,” where the punchlines are hidden for the performers to enjoy.
Bernard Foccroulle plays his own compositions for historical organs.