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      Susie Napper and Margaret Little of Les Voix Humaines

      Music in Paradise IV: Early Baroque England

      English consort music from the late Renaissance to the Early Baroque is the focus of the fourth concert in our series of “Music in Paradise,” the annual summer festival held the last two weeks of August in the Polish town of Paradyż. Recorded live in concert August 23, 2013. PROGRAM John Taverner (1490-1545) In Nomine […]

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      Recent Programs

      Il Tempio Armonico

      Il Tempio Armonico

      Music in Paradise III: Il Tempio Armonico

      The Music In Paradise festival is an annual event, taking place the last two weeks of August in Paradyż’s Seminary Church, a former Cisterian monastery. Tonight we return to “Paradise” for chamber works of the Italian Baroque, presented by Il Tempio Armonico and guest artists. Recorded live in concert August 22, 2013. PROGRAM Pietro Antonio […]

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      Theorbist Étienne Galletier

      Theorbist Étienne Galletier

      Music in Paradise: French, Italian, and Spanish Baroque

      This week’s edition of Baroque&Before will begin at 11pm, one hour later than its usual 10pm start. The Music In Paradise festival is an annual event, taking place the last two weeks of August in Paradyż’s Seminary Church, a former Cisterian monastery. Tonight we return to “Paradise” for music of the French, Italian, and Spanish […]

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      Bolette Roed

      Bolette Roed

      Bach in Paradise

      An all-Bach program, recorded live in concert 24 August 2013 in the Seminary Church of the Polish town of Paradyż — Paradisius, or Paradise. Transcriptions for flute of works for violin solo, and excerpts from The Art of the Fugue. PROGRAM J.S. Bach (1685-1750) Partita No 2 in d minor, BWV 1004, transcribed for flute […]

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      Members of the Gregorian chant ensemble Psallentes

      Members of the Gregorian chant ensemble Psallentes

      Psallentes Ensemble and Music of the Beguines

      The phenomenon of the beguines is unique to the Low Countries. From the first communities founded in the thirteenth century to the death of the last beguine in April 2013, these devout laywomen left an extraordinary collection of songs — sacred and profane — not only for almost every occasion of the liturgical year but […]

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