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      Ensemble Les Cyclopes

      Les Cyclopes Presents Jubilations and Laments

      For the fourth concert in Baroque&Before’s series from the 2013 Utrecht Early Music Festival, Ensemble Les Cyclopes presents a program of 17th century Jubilations and Laments, featuring works by Bertali, Hofer, Frohberger, and Weckmann. PROGRAM Antonio Bertali (1605-1669) Sonata: “Tausend Gülden” Lamento dell Regina d’Inghilterra: Mortali vedete Andreas Hofer (1629-1684) Nisi Dominus aedificaverit domum Mattthias […]

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      Members of Le Concert Spirituel

      Alessandro Striggio’s Mass for 40 voices presented by Le Concert Spirituel

      Le Concert Spirituel, under the direction of Hervé Niquet, presents Alessandro Striggio’s Missa sopra Ecco si beato giorno for 40 voices. Recorded live in concert August 28, 2013 at Utrecht’s Domkerk, this is the 5th in Baroque&Before’s series of all eleven concerts presented during the 2013 Utrecht Early Music Festival. As was common performance practice […]

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      Lybian Sybil, Michaelangelo, Sistine Chapel

      Orlando di Lasso: Sibylline and Jobian Oracular Songs of Revelation

      Daedalus Ensemble, under the direction of Roberto Festa, presents two of Orlando di Lasso’s works of revelation in this recital recorded live in concert August 25, 2013 in Utrecht’s Pieterskerk, as part of the Utrecht Early Music Festival’s celebration of the 300th anniversary of the Treaty of Utrecht. This is the sixth is Baroque&Before’s series […]

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      Recent Programs

      The Complete L’Europe Galante of André Campra

      André Campra’s opera-ballet L’Europe Galante premiered at the Académie Royale de Musique on October 24, 1697, under the direction of Marin Marais. The work, which proposes to display the national character of love of four different countries — fickle France, passionate Italy, faithful Spain, and violently jealous Turkey — is considered to be the archetype […]

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      Capilla flamenca

      Capilla flamenca

      Bonjour mon coeur: Orlando Lassus and his contemporaries

      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 in Pieterskerk, Utrecht live in concert 25 August 2013, during the Utrecht Early Music Festival. This is […]

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      Ensemble Mala Punica

      Ensemble Mala Punica

      Motets of Johannes Ciconia

      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. Recorded live in […]

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      Contralto Maria Sanner

      Contralto Maria Sanner

      Music in Paradise VII: One Last Night in Paradise

      Works by Italian composers of the mid-16th to mid-17th centuries comprise tonight’s broadcast; the final concert from the 2013 Music in Paradise Festival. Contralto Maria Sanner is featured in works by Monteverdi, Frescobaldi, Cazzati, and Cavalli, joined by the Ground Floor Ensemble. Recorded live in concert as part of the Music in Paradise Festival, August […]

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