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Harmonia Uncut: Impossible Historical Performances

Viola da Gamba, Deutsches Museum.

On this episode of Harmonia Uncut, we visit two lone musicians, one in Ohio and one in Berlin, already alone before the pandemic, recording themselves playing all the parts of their pieces. Tricky stuff!

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Familiarity and Freshness

Michael Slattery

We'll hear excerpts from “The People’s Purcell” by Le Nef with Michael Slattery at the Indianapolis Early Music Festival’s opening concert of 2017.

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Harmonia Uncut: Elizabethan Enterprise

Detail from an Elizabethan Enterprise concert program page

Ah, time travel! Today’s podcast revisits Music before 1800 in New York City in January of 1979 to bring you excerpts from a concert of fifteenth century Italian music.

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Night at the Theater: Lincoln’s Inn Fields

Drawing of the Lincoln's Inn Fields Theater from London in the 1860s.

We avoid the long lines and go directly into Lincoln’s Inn Fields theatre in London to hear music from some of its most popular shows. Then, we cross the English channel to France, to hear music from the time of Louis XIV from our featured release The Versailles Revolution.

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Homeland: Music of Loss and Longing

Ferdinand Olivier's painting of Psalm 137

This hour on Harmonia, we explore music about loss and longing.

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Black Hour

Solar eclipse.

In 1433, around 3:00 PM in Scotland in high summer, the sun vanished. This total solar eclipse came to be known as “The Black Hour.” Join us this week as we listen to eclipse-themed music from across the centuries. Music of darkness- this week on Harmonia.

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