With its newfound position of wealth, Seville became a cultural and financial powerhouse, especially the Seville cathedral.
It would be interesting to know the story behind the name of the ensemble, Beauty Farm. But never mind…it’s peculiar enough that you’re not likely to forget it!
Early World Music in Latin America: a recording about the convergence of cultures.
We’re spending time with composers who played and wrote for bass instruments, and we’ll explore music for three violins and hear chant from the Thomas Gradual.
Music by Antonio de Cabezón from a 16th century collection called Obras de Música.
Josquin des Prez set a text about a thousand regrets to music, and it swept through Europe like a fever! We’ll hear a multitude of settings.
A 2012 Musièpoca recording of religious music of Tomàs Milans i Godayol, performed by the ensemble La Xantria, directed by Pere Lluis Biosca.
We're exploring early music exchanges between Japan and Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries. Plus we’ll hear music of the cornetto and Bach Collegium Japan.
Wendy Gillespie brings us part 3 of a tribute to the NYPMA. Plus, we'll explore music with words by famous poets and feature a Capella de Ministrers' CD.