The Tudor period was marked by the flourishing of sacred music in the chapels and cathedrals of England.
Ever since some bright human ancestor got the idea to rub two sticks together, fire has enthralled us.
We’re sighing, in love, loss, or some combination of the two, as we hear recordings featuring the Consort of Musicke, and more!
Check mate! We're exploring music of chess players, Czechs, and even a mate or two. Our “endgame?" A featured release by the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra.
Sephardic Music performed by Yaniv d'Or with Ensemble Naya, and the Apollo Ensemble.
Laughter and tears: two of the most human forms of expression. This week on Harmonia, you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll sample a recording by John Holloway.
We're listening to music about music on this edition of Harmonia!
This hour, we'll hear music by, for and about various "Catherines," shine a spotlight on Catherine Mackintosh, and feature a CD by the ensemble La Reverdie.
Roberta Invernizzi and Filippo Mineccia sing music from the Baroque era in Italy.
Love’s gone bad this hour on Harmonia, as we explore music by—and for—the brokenhearted.