Music from the time of Vlad Dracula with Cançonièr, Imagem da Melancolia and 17th-century Portugal, and Bach's viola da gamba sonatas on the lautenwerk.
The beginning of an exploration of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra’s commissions inspired by the Brandenburg Concertos of J.S. Bach.
American harpsichordist Robert Hill performs J.S. Bach's music on the gut-strung 'lautenwerck,' or lute-harpsichord.
Bach's Matthew Passion and two modern works inspired by it.
New and classic recordings that made a lasting impression in 2009.
Barthold Kuijken, artistic director of the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, joins Harmonia this week to explore music from a recent performance by the orchestra.
An exploration of the lighter side of four human vices.
Two recordings by the English choir The Sixteen under the direction of Harry Christophers—Handel's Messiah and Bach's Christmas Oratorio.
The Naxos label brings us new and notable releases (Haydn and J.S. Bach) by the critically acclaimed Cologne Chamber Orchestra.
This week, a look at all who were taken into consideration for the Leipzig Kantor’s job. We’ll also review new release from John Eliot Gardiner.