The Tudor period was marked by the flourishing of sacred music in the chapels and cathedrals of England.
This week on Harmonia we’ll explore this wide swath of music history through the Medici lens.
Tired of jingle bells yet? This week on Harmonia, join us for something a little different.
As Oscar Wilde once wrote, “After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one’s own relations.”
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
Music has played an important role for centuries in the celebration of the Feast of All Saints.
Martin Luther was a great fan of music, and on Harmonia this week, in honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, we’re exploring Lutheran composers.
“I was never less alone than when by myself,” wrote English historian Edward Gibbon.
Dulcian is one of many names used to describe the one-piece ancestor of the modern bassoon.
Wind bands have been tickling our ears for centuries, in war, on the athletic field, and in the concert hall.