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Giovanni Palestrina, Vol. 4 – The Sixteen; Harry Christophers

This is the fourth volume in the ongoing series by Harry Christophers and The Sixteen of some lesser known sacred music by Giovanni Pierluigi...

The Birth of the Violin, contrasting works for the early violin / Le Miroir de Musique

The Birth of the Violin explores the earliest repertoire for the emerging 'vyolon' during the first half of the sixteenth century. On this Ricecar album,...

Full Well She Sang, women’s music from the Middle Ages & Renaissance / The Toronto Consort

Full Well She Sang was originally released in 1993 and reissued in September of 2013 on the Canadian Marquis label. The Toronto Consort performs here...

Le Parler et le Silence – Music for flute consort / Attaignant Consort

The subtitle for this Ramée CD, Le Parler et le Silence performed by The Attaignant Consort, provides a succinct description of its contents: Music for flute consort...

Music from the Dow Partbooks: An Emerald in a Work of Gold

An Emerald in a Work of Gold performed by the Marian Consort under Rory McCleery and the Rose Consort of Viols is made up of...

Terpsichore, Muse of the Dance / Skip Sempé

When it comes to the sound of a renaissance band, I have to admit that a raunchier one than is heard here has generally...

Spanish Easter celebrations at the Piazza Navona, Rome in the 1580s

This recording sets out to reconstruct the sense of excitement and grandeur that surrounded Spanish Easter celebrations in the 1580s at the Church of...

Choral Music of Renaissance Master Jean Mouton

While it might seem reasonable that we should not expect too many surprises to come out of the 15th century, the extraordinarily beautiful and...

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