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      Le Parnasse Français Choir and Orchestra

      Le Parnasse Français: The Grand Motet in Europe

      Le Parnasse Français, acclaimed for its thoroughly researched programs, presents works by Lully, Clérambault, Purcell, and the little-known Italian composer Antonio Biffi. Recorded live in concert in Utrecht’s Jacobikerk, as part of the Utrecht Early Music Festival. PROGRAM Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632-1687) Plaude laetere Gallia, LWV 37, grand motet for the Dauphin’s baptism Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (1676-1749) […]

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      Recent Programs

      Latvijas Radio koris

      Latvijas Radio koris

      Utrecht Early Music Festival: Penitential Psalms

      Settings of psalms of penitence by Orlandus Lassus and Georg Philipp Telemann, presented by the Latvian Radio Chorus and Le Parnasse Français. Recorded live in concert at the Utrecht Early Music Festival. PROGRAM Orlando di Lasso (1532-1594) Domine ne in furore tuo De profundis clamavi PERFORMERS Latvian Radio Chorus Sigvards Klava, Director Georg Philipp Telemann […]

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      Sphera AntiQva

      Sphera AntiQva

      Mission: Baroque in the Amazon

      The early music ensemble Sphera Antiqva brings us the lost 16th- and 17-century music from the Amazon jungle. The music of the Jesuit missions of Moxos and Chiquitos, unknown to the world for centuries, was discovered in 2003. Recorded live in concert November 10, 2012 at Madrid’s Real Academia de Bellas Arts de San Fernando. […]

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      Stephen Rice conducts the Brabant Ensemble

      Stephen Rice conducts the Brabant Ensemble

      Inspired by Doulce Mémoire

      Pierre Regnault dit Sandrin’s 16th-century “hit” Doulce mémoire was the inspiration for many Renaissance composers, Orlando di Lasso and Cipriano de Rore among them. Stephen Rice leads Brabant Ensemble in Cipriano de Rore’s Doulce Mémoire Mass, interpolated with settings of Biblical texts by Orlando di Lasso. Recorded live in concert in Utrecht’s Pieterskerk as part […]

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      Mandolinist Avi Avital

      Mandolinist Avi Avital

      Avi Avital: Baroque Transcriptions for Mandolin

      Avi Avital, the Israeli mandolinist best known for his transcriptions of well-known baroque and folk music, is joined by harpsichordist Kenneth Weiss for an offering of Domenico Scarlatti, Vivaldi, Couperin, and Bach. Recorded live in concert December 4, 2016 in Ramsey Concert hall at the University of Georgia Performing Arts Center in Athens, Georgia. PROGRAM […]

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