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Wed 17 May, 2017:
Haydn: The Seasons

What, a 50-bar fugue on just six words “for thy bounty, thanks be given”? Placed at the end of section 6, it is but one example of canny mastery...

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Wed 03 Aug, 2016:
Lotti: Crucifixus

An almost exact contemporary of Vivaldi, Antonio Lotti wrote extensively for St Mark’s in Venice and his music – so this new Delphian recording...

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Mon 25 Jan, 2016:
1615 – Gabrieli in Venice

Following the trail blazed by Paul McCreesh, Stephen Cleobury celebrates Venetian poly-choral music and the great Giovanni Gabrieli in particular with...

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Wed 19 Aug, 2015:
Praetorius – Choral settings from the Biblical 'Song of Songs' by Hieronymus, Jacob and Michael Praetorius

Not one but three Praetoriuses (Praetorii?) for the asking price here: Hieronymus and son Jacob, the latter an almost exact contemporary of Heinrich...

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Fri 26 Jun, 2015:
Il Trionfo di Dori

The Triumph of Dori (though the booklet has “triumphs”) is a set of a cappella madrigals published in Venice in 1592 and commissioned by the...

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Mon 17 Nov, 2014:
Perla Barocca: Early Italian Masterpieces

Baroque violin specialist Rachel Podger and accompanists Marcin Swiatkiewicz (harpsichord, organ) and Daniele Caminiti (theorbo) explore some...

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Wed 18 Dec, 2013:
Andrea & Giovanni Gabrieli: A New Venetian Coronation 1595

Paul McCreesh first celebrated this particular Venetian Coronation back in 1990, and has now revisited the occasion for his own independent label,...

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Sat 03 Aug, 2013:
Schütz: Italian Madrigals

Heinrich Schütz’s 19 Italian Madrigals were the 26-year-old composer’s first published collection, issued in 1611 in Venice, where the man who...

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