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Harmonia Uncut: Sleepwalking in 17th-Century Paris...

Ensemble Sonnambula

The ensemble Sonnambula plays music from seventeenth-century France by Lully, Lalande, and more at the Baruch Performing Arts Center in NYC of September 2017. Join us!

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Harmonia Uncut: Richard Davy's St. Matthew Passion

Quire Cleveland, St. Matthew Passion

Let's hear some of Quire Cleveland's 2017 performance of the St. Matthew Passion by Renaissance composer Richard Davy.

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Harmonia Uncut: Czech Out This Christmas Concert!

Archbishop Karel II of Liechtenstein-Castelcorno.

Tempesta di Mare created a very unusual Christmas concert of Czech music, most of which was found in a bishop’s library in the Moravian Court in Kroměříž. Singers, strings, brass, winds, and organ join together for festive music of the season.

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Not My Day Job

Francois Boucher’s painting “Sleeping Shepherd” from a reproduction by Eloisa Mannion.

“Why don’t you study something more practical?” This week on Harmonia, we’ll explore music by lawyers, philosophers, and even a king! Plus, music of Johann C. F. Fischer . . .

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Mexico City Music

Painting of Oaxaca Cathedral by José María Velasco, 1887

In the three centuries of colonial rule, Mexico City artists gained fame for their musicianship in and beyond the walls of the city’s cathedral. This week on Harmonia, we’ll hear music from some of these famed musicians.

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Hats Off to Hamburg

The painting View of Hamburg by Elias Galli, circa 1680.

This week on Harmonia, we travel to Germany’s thriving port city of Hamburg, a home for civic and church music for over a thousand years. Then, we’ll move from Hamburg to Genoa, Italy, where we’ll hear lute music by Simone Molinaro.

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