Feeling landlocked? This week on Harmonia, we’re headed to the shore, exploring ocean-themed music from across the centuries.
Ever since some bright human ancestor got the idea to rub two sticks together, fire has enthralled us.
We bring you a program of early music with texts inspired by both romantic and symbolic associations with flowers.
Here's a sampling from an array of early music recordings – new and old, from performers like the Tallis Scholars, Boston Camerata, The Sixteen, and more.
Gratitude is a theme often explored in early music, and we’ll hear expressions of thanks from a variety of sources on this edition of Harmonia.
We’re celebrating Christmas with music from a variety of traditions, including two well-known carols, medieval music about St Nick, Byzantine chant, and more.
Anonymous 4 marks the current millennium by looking backward to the previous one with a mass from about the year 1000.
We’ll dance at the court of Louis XIV to works by Jean-Baptiste Lully, and sound the bagpipe across time and space! Plus, a featured release by Anonymous 4.
We’re taking a look at the career of Anonymous 4, and hearing music from a treasury of English polyphony. Plus a featured recording by the ensemble La Fenice.
A sampling of music from Anonymous 4's newest album.