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      Ensemble Alia Mvsica

      El Alma lastimada: The Wounded Soul. Music for Passover

      Ensemble Alia Mvsica features a selection of mystical and paraliturgical poems by the most important Hispano-Judeo poets of medieval Spain, including Abraham Ibn Ezrá, Yehudá Haleví, and Salomón Ibn Gabiról. Recorded live in concert August 7, 2011 at the Hermitage of San Pedro in Cicera (Cantabria) Spain. PROGRAM Yehudà Ibn Abbás (12th century) ‘Et sa’aré [...]

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      Scola Gregoriana Brugensis

      Songs of the Passion and the Resurrection: Gregorian Chant for Easter

      Founded in 1970, Scola Gregoriana of Bruges dedicates itself to the revival and renewed appreciation of Gregorian chant as one of the great masterpieces of the Church and the basis of West European musical culture. Its program was recorded live in concert August 9, 2011, at the Hermitage of San Pedro in Cicera (Cantabria) Spain. [...]

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      Josep Vicent Giner and members of ONCA

      Organ Works by Handel and Bach

      Organist Josep Vicent Giner joins L’Orquestra Nacional Clàssica d’Andorra (ONCA)  for a program of organ works by Bach and Handel. Recorded live in concert August 17, 2013 in the Basilica of the Santa Maria Abbey at Monteserrat as part of the 2013 Montserrat International Organ Festival. Organized with the collaboration of the 14th International Organ [...]

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      Recent Programs

      Duo Cum Cantico: Santiago Figueras and Xavier Pagès

      Duo Cum Cantico: Santiago Figueras and Xavier Pagès

      Cum Cantico: Songs from the Catalan Baroque for Holy Week

      Baritone Xavier Pagès and theorbist and Baroque guitarist Santiago Figueras of Cum Cantico specialize in sacred and secular Catalan music from the 17th and 18th centuries. On this edition of Baroque&Before, Duo Cantico shares interpretations of sacred music held in Canet de Mar’s Sant Pere i Sant Pau Archive, and in the Countess of Barcelona [...]

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      European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO)
Class of 2013

      European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO) Class of 2013

      Barock Meets Baroque

      The European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO) under the direction of Lars Ulrik Mortensen presents a program of Bach, Leclair, and Rameau. Recorded live in concert December 7, 2013 in Stockholm’s German Church, as part of the Stockholm Early Music Festival, the largest international festival of medieval music in the Nordic Countries. PROGRAM J.S. Bach (1685-1750) [...]

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      Vox Luminis

      Vox Luminis

      Vox Luminis presents “Gesualdo: Tortured Devotion”

      Carlo Gesualdo, Prince of Venosa and Count of Conza, could indulge his passion for music to the full, without having to conform to the tastes and whims of a patron. Alone in his castle, he developed an intensely expressive but increasingly eccentric music, filled with unusual harmonic twists and rhythmic contrasts that would not again [...]

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      ECHO Rising Star Erik Bosgraaf

      ECHO Rising Star Erik Bosgraaf

      Bosgraaf and Corti play Handel and Bach

      Works by Bach and Handel presented by Erik Bosgraaf, recorder, and Francesco Corti, harpsichord. Eric Bosgraaf presented by the Amsterdam Concertgebouw and Brussels Palais des Beaux Arts (BOZAR) as part of the European Concert Hall Organization (ECHO) Rising stars series. Recorded live in concert April 26, 2012 at Oriol Martorell Hall, L’Auditori, Barcelona as part [...]

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