Ars Antiqua transports listeners back in time to the gilded 18th century Rococo music rooms of Paris.
This October 31st marks half a millennium since the young priest, Martin Luther posted his Ninety-Five Theses that ushered in the Protestant Reformation.
The Music Division of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts owes much of its collection to the 19th century financier, Joseph W. Drexel.
Musicke’s Pleasure Garden plays Jaques Paisible’s complete sonatas and suites for baroque treble recorder and continuo.
A 2015 release from cellist Kristin von der Goltz showcases the music of two little known 18th century composers--Francis Caporale and Johann Galliard.
Les Basses Réunies and music of the soldier-musician Tobias Hume.
Susie Napper, Margaret Little, and Consort Les Voix Humaine play viol pieces by Kühnel.
From a man who reused music of fellow composers, to one who kept reusing his own...The Callipygian Players and London Handel Players perform.
"Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?"
Music of brothels and bawdy houses of Purcell's England, performed by The City Waites.