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Musick of Sundrie Kindes

England has brought us many great musicians…so Thomas Ford is easily lost in the crowd, but he was a fine composer and viol player who deserves our attention. This week on Harmonia, we’ll hear music from Thomas Ford and later in our featured release, music for the traverso (baroque flute) from the court of Louis XIV.

Black and white postcard of the members of the Symphony Society of Poughkeepsie, NY.

Live performance has always been primary to the presentation of classical music. Reassuring to know that will never change.

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

We once again turn our attention to what’s new in the world of vocal jazz, exploring recent releases by singers like Tony Bennett, Jazzmeia Horn, Ledisi and more.

Browse this week's Pilgrim playlist

"The First Thanksgiving at Plymouth"  painting

This week on Harmonia, we sample music of Thanksgiving in early America. From Spanish settlers in Florida to Moravians in North Carolina to the father of American Choral music, join us [on Harmonia] for Songs of Thanks and Praise. Plus, our featured release showcases music brought to the new world by the passengers on the Mayflower.

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An anthology that helped to elevate the artistic stature of jazz.

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Samandar Ghaus reads their poem "Elegy for Queer Muslims Partying It Up in the Afterlife."

David Allyn Sure Thing

Afterglow continues its look at some less familiar singers this week, by exploring the work of male crooners David Allyn, Rocky Cole, and Deno Kannes.

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Reflections on a resource that enriches us in ways that have nothing to do with material wealth.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Morgan-Monroe State Forest.

Omnium bonorum plena, a motet by Compère

Until quite recently, the composer Loyset Compère was considered a “lesser contemporary” of Josquin des Prez. But Compere was the source of many stylistic innovations used by Josquin. Find out more this week on Harmonia.

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Carrie Newcomer reads "What You Won't Hear on Cable News" and "I'm Learning to Sit with Not Knowing."

Anne Phillips Born To Be Blue

We’re continuing our exploration of some less-familiar jazz voices this week, with a close look at some female jazz and pop vocalists from the late 1950s, like Jane Harvey, Peggy King, Honi Gordon and more.

Vintage postcard of the "little school house where O. Henry went to school."

More than anything else, story helps us define what is true and what is worth remembering.

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Ellington Treasury shows

In 1945, as World War II wound down in Europe and the U.S. ramped up for an invasion of Japan, Duke Ellington undertook a weekly broadcast on behalf of the war effort, playing music and encouraging civilians to buy war bonds.

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How doctors' relationship to uncertainty affects their interactions with trans patients.

Great Lisbon Earthquake of 1755

This hour on Harmonia, we’ll savor some of the rich early music of Lisbon…Plus, our featured recording is Flutes of a Feather: Telemann Duets for Two Flutes.

Norene Tate

This week, we take a look at some lesser-known African-American female vocalists from the late 1950s and early 1960s.

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Reflections on music in its physical form.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Quilters Hall of Fame in Marion.

A Masked Ball in Bohemia, painting

This week on Harmonia, join us on a bohemian escapade of sorts, as we explore baroque music composed by violinist Philipp Jakob Rittler and trumpet virtuoso Pavel Josef Vejvanovský. Plus, festive Baroque music for trumpets and strings on our featured recording by Ars Antiqua Austria. Join us!

the three penny opera

Director Jamie Anderson, faculty member Terry LaBolt in the pit, faculty member DJ Gray the on-stage choreographer and the many, many costume designs by Brittany Staudacher

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