“When in Rome, do as the Romans do.” But, what does one listen to when in Rome?
A tour of the violin in Italy with music by composers both famous and forgotten.
We’ll hear music of Neidhart, Ockeghem, Pierre de la Rue, Falvetti and Vivaldi. Plus, a “classic” release, the first recording by the ensemble La Petite Bande.
La Serenissima plays concertos for flute, oboe, violin, bassoon and strings
Musicologist Andrew Woolley discovers a flute concerto by Antonio Vivaldi at the National Archives of Scotland.
The life and works of Nicolas Gombert, a Renaissance composer whose music will be explored as well as a new release by the English ensemble La Serenissima.
A new release by the dynamic British ensemble La Serenissima in the third installment of their Italian violin concerto series.
This week on Harmonia: the music of a small fraternity of Renaissance and baroque composers who were blind from childhood, plus a new release by La Serenissima.
Music found in Thomas Jefferson’s catalog of 1783.