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      Upcoming Programs

      Teobaldo I: Troubador and 13th century King of Navarre

      The Five Kingdoms of Spain

      Roman, Germanic, Byzantine, French, Arabic, and Jewish cultures all contributed to Spanish music. This week, a program of vocal music from Spain from the 13th-17th centuries: settings of secular and sacred texts by Tomás Luis de Victoria and Mateo Flecha the Elder, plus anonymous Sephardic and Navarrese love songs, reflecting the mix of cultures throughout […]

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      Accordone's Marco Beasley wants you!

      Accordone: Madrigals, Frottole, Tarentelle, and More

      Tenor Marco Beasley and the period instrument Ensemble Accordone present a program of early 17th-century madrigals along with frottole and tarantelle in the Neopolitan and Apulian traditions. Recorded live in concert as part of the Bad Arolsen Baroque Festival. PROGRAM Giulio Caccini (~1545-1618) Le Seconde Nuove Musiche (Florence, 1614) Amor ch’attendi Le Nuove Musiche (Florence, […]

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      Profeti della Quinta / Photo: Susanna Drescher

      The Art of the Madrigal

      From the Basel Early Music Festival, Ensemble Profeti della Quinta presents a program of madrigals from the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries by Cirpriano de Rore, Luca Marenzio, Carlo Gesualdo, and Scipione Lacorcia, interspersed with works for lute by Giovanni Antonio Terzi and Francesco da Milano. Recorded live in concert in St. Martin’s Church, Basel, […]

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      Recent Programs

      Harpist and Soprano Arianna Savall

      Harpist and Soprano Arianna Savall

      Arianna Savall: Chants du Sud et du Nord

      Ensemble Hirundo Maris (sea swallow in Latin,) founded in 2009 by Arianna Savall, daughter of Jordi Savall and Montserrat Figueras, shares a program of early music from both the north and south of Europe, stretching from Norway to Germany to Spain to Italy, with lyrics sung in Ladino, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, Faroese, and Latin. Recorded […]

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      Les Ambassadeurs

      Les Ambassadeurs

      Mazovia Goes Baroque: La Belle France Baroque, Part II

      Under the direction of Alexis Kossenko, the period instrument ensemble Les Ambassadeurs presents the second of two programs dedicated to the music of the French Baroque. Swedish tenor Anders Dahlin is the special guest artist. Recorded live in concert at the Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Concert Studio, Warsaw, as part of the Mazovia Goes Baroque […]

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      Les Ambassadeurs

      Les Ambassadeurs

      Mazovia Goes Baroque: La Belle France Baroque, Part I

      Under the direction of Alexis Kossenko, the period instrument ensemble Les Ambassadeurs presents the first of two programs dedicated to the music of the French Baroque. Swedish tenor Anders Dahlin is the special guest artist. Recorded live in concert in the Witold Lutosławski Polish Radio Concert Studio, Warsaw, as part of the Mazovia Goes Baroque […]

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      Capilla Nivariense

      Capilla Nivariense

      17th-century Sacred Works from New Spain

      Capilla Nivariense and Camerata Lacunensis, two of the Canary Islands’ most celebrated early music groups, join forces for a recital of 17th-century Ibero-American sacred works. Recorded live in concert at Oratorio de San Felipe Neri in Cádiz, Spain. PROGRAM Gaspar Fernándes (~1566-1629) Elegit eum Dominus Juan Guttiérez de Padilla (1590-1664) Misa Ego flos campi – […]

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