The Tudor period was marked by the flourishing of sacred music in the chapels and cathedrals of England.
Music has played an important role for centuries in the celebration of the Feast of All Saints.
Wind bands have been tickling our ears for centuries, in war, on the athletic field, and in the concert hall.
This week on Harmonia, we begin our 3-part celebration of the British-based viol consort Fretwork.
We’re donning our detective hats as we winkle out musical secrets large and small—from secret codes to secret scandals, plus a featured release by Sabrina Frey.
LeStrange Viols dedicates an entire disc to William Cranford’s consort music for 4, 5, and 6 viols.
We're listening to music about music on this edition of Harmonia!
For many composers grappling with the death of a colleague or patron, the best memorial proved to be...music. We’ll hear a selection of musical memorials.
We’re celebrating gardens and harvesting musical blooms from across the centuries—flowers and fruit and everything green.
We’re celebrating the achievements of Reinhard Goebel, founder of Musica Antiqua Köln. Plus, more about 17th-c. theorist A. Kircher and a CD by Quire Cleveland.