This week our travels take us to Elizabethan England via the music of Robert Parsons, William Byrd’s immediate predecessor at the Chapel Royal.
This week, we’re going to meet Thomas Weelkes, one of the most gifted of the early 17th-century English madrigalists and a major composer of church music.
The Tudor period was marked by the flourishing of sacred music in the chapels and cathedrals of England.
This conference features newly edited and previously unpublished works of Renaissance choral music, to be held in San Francisco on April 10, 2010.
Choral music from England, including Stile Antico's exploration of composer John Sheppard and the Brabant Ensemble's offerings from the Chirk Castle Part-Books.
An introduction to Obsidian Records, Britain's new early music label, featuring world-class performances of music from the Renaissance.
A look at Obsidian Records, a new early music label, with performances of music by Josquin, Senfl, Verdelot, Tomkins, and from the court of Henry VIII.