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Parthenia, Dashon Burton, and King James

King James Bible

Travel with us back through time to October 2016. We’re visiting St. Luke in the Fields Church in New York City for “King James and his Bible: a musical portrait,” a concert presented by the viol consort Parthenia with guest bass-baritone Dashon Burton.

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Harmonia Uncut: An Alchymical Transformation

Saint Chapelle

In January, 2020, Alchymy Viols underwent some friendly alchemy to become an ensemble of singers and instrumentalists perfect for the performance of Marc Antoine Charpentier’s 11th and final mass, first performed at the Sainte Chapelle in Paris, probably during the feast of the Assumption in 1699. We’ll hear some of that splendid mass and also Charpentier’s only Sonata among an oeuvre of well over 500 works.

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Harmonia Uncut: Musique et Masqueray

The Rose Ensemble, HUP14

We'll hear excerpts from the Rose Ensemble's concert at the St. Thomas Aquinas Church in St. Paul in March of 2017. The concert comprised liturgical music composed in the style current in France in the seventeenth century, though not all the repertory is by French composers...

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Songs of Thanks and Praise

"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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New Music, Early Music: Galax Quartet’s Dream Drapery

The Galax Quartet

One of the things that we like to celebrate occasionally on Harmonia is the vibrant repertoire of new music written for early instruments. This week: music from a beautiful new recording by the Galax Quartet called Dream Drapery, featuring works by Marc Mellits, Robert Morris and Joseph Schwantner.

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A Unicum, or What's in a Name?

Drinking Song (drawing) by Mihaly Zichy

What do the national drink of Hungary and a composition that is found only in one source have in common? Why, both are called Unicum!

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