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May 24, 2013


Concerto Caledonia on a break from recording: Greg Lawson, David Greenberg, Alison McGillivray, David McGuinness.

Say Who? Robert ‘Red Rob’ Mackintosh

Music from 18th-century Scotland performed by Concerto Caledonia.

March 30, 2010


Norman/Greenberg Duo

Celtic Music: Norman/Greenberg Duo and Concerto Caledonia

A new recording of Celtic music from the 18th Century with flutist Chris Norman and violinist David Greenberg, and a classic one with Concerto Caledonia.

February 8, 2010


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Linking Early Music: Conductors and Concerts

Meet a couple of directors you might not have heard of, read about ones you probably have, and listen to a couple of recorded performances.

September 28, 2009


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Celtic Music/Early Music-Traditional Music of Ireland and Scotland

This week on Harmonia: early music specialists perform traditional music from Ireland and Scotland

December 8, 2008


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Traditions Series: Dancing

This week, the Traditions Series explores dancing from medieval Italy to 18th-century Scotland, as well as a new release of music by Hieronymous Praetorius.

July 2, 2007


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Names of the Rose

This week on Harmonia we’ll look at the rose as a symbol for a person, place, and thing.

June 18, 2007


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Keeping it “Reel”

The music of 18th-century Scotland is explored on Harmonia this week as we look at composers James Oswald, Thomas Erskine, and Robert Mackintosh.

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