Sit, stay, good dog! This week on Harmonia, our furry and feathered friends are taking center stage.
Taverner’s Western Wind Mass is considered the first mass of its kind in England to use a secular tune rather than plainchant as its cantus firmus.
This hour, we bring you kisses in all times and tempos. Plus, we bid farewell to multi-instrumentalist Tom Zajac, who passed away on August 31, 2015.
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.
This hour, we'll hear some bawdy songs and tragic ballads, as well as more uplifting, devotional songs and hymns. Plus, a featured CD of Tudor church music.
We’re exploring the veil between this life and beyond through music.
Music you might have heard in the homes, churches, taverns, and theaters of the North American colonies, around the time of the American Revolution.
Late-baroque sonatas (Arsis), 17th-century Spanish song (Anima e Corpo), lute music of Sylvius Leopold Weiss (BGS), and "histories" of Heinrich Schütz (Dacapo).
A look at the cornucopia, an ancient symbol used in music from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and early America.
An exploration of the lighter side of four human vices.