“When in Rome, do as the Romans do.” But, what does one listen to when in Rome?
The Raimondi Manuscript is an important source for 16th and 17th century lute music.
In his music, Molter indulged his compositional imagination writing for all sorts of instrumental combinations and sonorities.
This October 31st marks half a millennium since the young priest, Martin Luther posted his Ninety-Five Theses that ushered in the Protestant Reformation.
Charming music by Filippo Ruge has languished in the wings for too many years just waiting to be rediscovered.
The 500 year old instrument is one of the earliest harpsichords that has survived the trials of travel and time.
A trailblazer, an innovator, a pioneer…all titles that describe the iconic 18th century composer Arcangelo Corelli.
A french flute player with an Italian nickname, Jacques Martin Hotteterre, "Le Romain."
Udite, Amanti: Lovers, Beware! - Music from the seventeenth-century Barberini courts.