Handel’s harp music with Maxine Eilander, the Toronto Consort and Elizabethan England, and More Hispano explores Spanish and Italian Renaissance improvisation.
Performances by Les Arts Florissants (Erato), The English Concert (Archiv), and the Goettingen Festival Orchestra (Carus).
Tina Chancey performs on the pardessus de viole, Opera Lafayette explores "Zelindor," and Les Inventions discovers little-known symphonies and concertos.
The Early Opera Company performs Eccles' "The Judgement of Paris" and harpsichordist Mitzi Meyerson plays Muffat's complete "Componimenti Musicali" of 1736.
Not long after his commercial success with the music of John Dowland, Sting explores Robert Schumann's music for a good cause.
Henry Purcell’s large-scale works for church, court, and theater, as well as a new release of J.S. Bach’s harpsichord concertos on the Plectra label.
A look at three recordings by French ensemble La Simphonie du Marais, including music by Lully and Delalande.
Part two of a series that looks into the life of George Frideric Handel from the perspective of the many places he lived.
A Mirare recording of the opera Piramus and Thisbe by François Rebel and François Francoeur, and an Alpha release of music by Francoeur with Ensemble Ausonia.
Baroque Nouveau's release of the 'Pieces de Clavecin en Concert' for Reference, and then a glimpse of Les Talens Lyrique's recording of opera overtures.