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July 20, 2010

 

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Santiago de Murcia with Paul O’Dette and Rolf Lislevand

Virtuosos Paul Odette and Rolf Lislevand explore the baroque guitar music of Murcia.

July 6, 2010

 

violinist and orchestra

The English Concert and Ensemble 415 perform Geminiani Concertos

Francesco Geminiani's concertos after Corelli with the English Concert (Harmonia Mundi) and Ensemble 415 (Zig-Zag Territories).

May 14, 2010

 

Paul O'Dette

Music of Telemann, Haydn, and dall’Aquila

Ensemble Caprice tackles Telemann's Gypsy music, Esterházy Machine plays Haydn's baryton trios, and Paul O’Dette champions Marco dall’Aquila’s lute pieces.

March 23, 2010

 

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17th-Century Venice with Musica Fiata and Instrumenta Musica

Music of Venetian composers from the Early Baroque.

February 2, 2010

 

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The English Renaissance with Stile Antico and the Brabant Ensemble

Choral music from England, including Stile Antico's exploration of composer John Sheppard and the Brabant Ensemble's offerings from the Chirk Castle Part-Books.

September 28, 2009

 

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Corelli’s Op. 5 on the Harmonia Mundi Label

Four recordings of Arcangelo Corelli's famous violin sonatas on the Harmonia Mundi record label.

December 29, 2008

 

The Huelgas Ensemble

Top Ten Early Music Discoveries of 2008

Music performed by a host of artists and ensembles, including Ex Cathedra, Nachtmusique, Huelgas Ensemble, Les Talens Lyrique, Doulce Memoire, and many others.

December 22, 2008

 

Paul O'Dette

Paul O’Dette plays Melchior Neusidler

Paul O'Dette brings us a program of lute music by Melchior Neusidler. We'll also listen to a classic release by O'Dette of works by Nicolas Vallet.

December 1, 2008

 

Bruno Cocset

Francesco Geminiani’s Instrumental Music

A new release from the Alpha label brings us Bruno Cocset in a program of cello sonatas by Francesco Geminiani.

August 18, 2008

 

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The New Release Show

On Harmonia this week, new releases, featuring music of Dufay, the English Renaissance, Heinrich Schütz, little-known German baroque composers, and Handel.

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