Birds are nature’s original songsters, and it’s a rare musician who has managed to turn a deaf ear to their music.
On this week’s program we journey to the 15th century for a program of music from Cyprus.
Tired of jingle bells yet? This week on Harmonia, join us for something a little different.
This hour on Harmonia, we're exploring the music of early 14th century poet and composer Jehan de Lescurel.
We’ll sample storms on sea and land, plus a featured release by the stormily named American baroque orchestra Tempesta di Mare.
We’re exploring nearly seven hundred years of Easter, from the 11th century to the 18th century.
From fibs to falsification, cover-ups to conspiracies, we're ferreting out lies and liars in early music, (plus some music of Oswald von Wolkenstein).
We're marking the 20th anniversary of the passing of Thomas Binkley, a pioneer in the field of medieval music and founder of IU’s Early Music Institute.
Music from an ensemble who hopes to pass “seamlessly between different eras and musical styles, between now and then."
Occasionally we like to ask people in the field of early music: "What are you listening to?" This hour, we’re focusing on multi-instrumentalist Shira Kammen!