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Harmonia Uncut: "Fourteenth-Century Chamber Music"

Guillaume de Machaut, Le remède de fortune

What the heck is fourteenth century chamber music? Excerpts from a concert called “Fourteenth century chamber music” - performed by faculty of the Early Music Institute in Bloomington, Indiana, in 1989.

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Harmonia Uncut: Get Binked!

Thomas Binkley

Thomas Binkley founded the Early Music Institute at IU School of Music in Bloomington, Indiana in 1980. We'll hear excerpts from the very first faculty performance.

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Harmonia Uncut: The Fifth of Six in the Seventh

Bloomington Bach Cantata Project logo

A performance of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam,” BWV 7, on February 26, 2017, in Bloomington, Indiana. It was the fifth of six cantatas in the seventh season of the Bloomington Bach Cantata Project.

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Je suis desheritée

The Abandoned by Sandro Botticelli

This week, we’re exploring one of “greatest hits” of the Renaissance: a love song called “Je suis desheritée,” and we’ll hear settings by composers as famous as Lassus and Gombert. Plus, we’ll feature Ensemble Dragma’s recording Song of Beasts: Fantastic Creatures in Medieval Songs.

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David's Harp

King David playing the zither

“The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.” We’ll explore settings of the words of King David – psalms, laments, and music for his instrument—the harp. Our featured release is Sansara: Cloths of Heaven…on Harmonia.

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Celebrating 400 Years of Praetorius

Jean-Marc Nattier's painting Terpsichore, Muse of Music and Dance, 1739

This week on Harmonia, we’re celebrating four hundred years of music by Michael Praetorius. His music for dance delights us—and today’s performers never fail to amuse us with new combinations of instruments including viols, recorders, and crumhorns. Plus, our featured release is “Mercy au Mort” performed by Ferrara Ensemble.

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