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      Capilla flamenca

      Orlando di Lassus & Contemporaries: From Morning ‘til Night

      Orlando Lassus was the most famous, versatile, and most imitated composer of his time. Capilla Flamenca presents some of Roland’s most exceptional chansons, along with some imitations, “parodies” and “covers” that Lassus’ contemporaries added to those pieces. Recorded live in concert in Utrecht’s Pieterskerk, as part of the Utrecht Early Music Festival. PROGRAM Morning: dawning […]

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      Members of Mala Punica Early Music Ensemble

      Members of Mala Punica Early Music Ensemble

      Ciconia: 14th Century Motets, Madrigals & More

      Born in Liège circa 1370, Johannes Ciconia was a master of many musical movements of his age: Musica colta, Trecento, Ars subtilior, and ars nova among them. Reknowned for his motets, madrigals, and dances, Ciconia’s works, brimming with structural power and rigor, bursting with extraordinary contrapuntal density, enchant us to this day. Mala Punica rounds […]

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      Collegium 1704

      Collegium 1704

      Highlights from the St. Wenceslas Music Festival

      Highlights from two of the early music offerings from the 2016 St. Wenceslas Festival, held September 1-26th throughout Moravia and Silesia. Works by Weckmann, Jan of Lublin, and Sweelinck performed by Polish oragnist Bartosz Jakubczak precede Bach’s Magnificat in D, BWV 243, presented by Collegium 1704 and Collegium Vocale 1704, based in Prague. Recorded live […]

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      David, Psalmist and King

      David, Psalmist and King

      Les chemins hébraïques du baroque

      Passionate about Hebraic spiritual traditions, Benedetto Marcello was inspired by the extraordinary faith he encountered in the synagogues of early 18th-century Venice. Selections from Marcello’s settings of poetic paraphrases of the Psalms of David with Hebraic intonations are presented by Ensemble XVIII-21 Le Baroque Nomade, founded in 1995 by Jean-Christope Frisch as XVIII-21 Musique de […]

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      Ensemble Organum

      Ensemble Organum

      Ensemble Organum: Voie des songes

      Ensemble Organum, co-founded in 1982 by Marcel Pérès and based in France, presents a program of Beneventan, Roman, Byzantine, and Mozarabic chant, as well as works from the oral tradition from the 4th through 16th centuries. Recorded live in concert August 23, 2016 in the Dominican Church in Jarosław, Poland, as part of the Songs […]

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