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Fri 21 Apr, 2017:
Beethoven: Missa Solemnis, Op 123

“I know that God is nearer to me than to other artists; I associate with Him without fear.” Thus spake Beethoven – with certainty. But the Missa...

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Mon 10 Oct, 2016:
Puts: Symphony No 2; River's Rush; Flute Concerto

In its unabashed emotion, high drama and cinematic sweep, the music of Kevin Puts (b.1972) is recognisably American. Certainly it owes a debt to the...

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Tue 06 Sep, 2016:
Boismortier: Six Sonates, Op 51

Greg Dikmans (baroque flute) and Lucinda Moon (baroque violin), the two leads of the period-instrument Elysium Ensemble, here essay a somewhat unusual...

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Mon 29 Aug, 2016:
Handel in Rome 1707: Donna, che in ciel, HWV233; Ah che troppo ineguali, HWV230; Dixit Dominus, HWV232

Three live recordings of three works dating roughly from Handel’s visit to Rome in 1707. The relatively familiar Dixit Dominus was recorded in a...

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Wed 24 Aug, 2016:
Music at the Habsburg Court: Concertos and Sonatas by Vivaldi, Ragazzi, Umstatt and Timmer

Vivaldi is the poster-boy here, with his A minor violin concerto from the Op 9, La Cetra, vibrantly performed by violinist and conductor Andrés...

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Tue 16 Aug, 2016:
Ice and Longboats: Ancient Music of Scandinavia

Imagine if you will (and it’s not too much of a stretch) that 'Ice and Longboats' is the soundtrack to a movie in which our Viking protagonists are...

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Wed 10 Aug, 2016:
The Soldier's Return: Guitar works inspired by Scotland

For this recital of works by guitar composers of the early 19th century (Sor, Guiliani, Mertz and Legnani) James Akers plays period 'Romantic' guitars...

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Fri 05 Aug, 2016:
Comédie et Tragédie, Volume 2 – Leclair: Suite from 'Scylla et Glaucus'; Charpentier: Suite from 'Le malade imaginaire'; Rameau: Suite from 'Les fêtes de Polymnie'

The Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, Tempesta di Mare, continue their exploration of French Baroque theatre music on a second album that features three...

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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 01 Aug, 2016:
Her Heavenly Harmony: Profane Music from the Royal Court

Rightly celebrated for the supple blend and balance of their voices, The Queen’s Six here extend the bounds of their repertoire from the sacred to...

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Fri 29 Jul, 2016:
Taverner: Missa Christi sanctissima; Missa Mater Christi sanctissima; Western Wynde Mass

Of the three works here, John Taverner’s Western Wynde Mass is unusually based on a risqué secular song melody, which recurs frequently throughout...

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Thu 28 Jul, 2016:
Taverner: Missa Christi sanctissima; Missa Mater Christi sanctissima; Western Wynde Mass

Of the three works here, John Taverner’s Western Wynde Mass is unusually based on a risqué secular song melody, which recurs frequently throughout...

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Tue 26 Jul, 2016:
Taverner: Missa Christi sanctissima; Missa Mater Christi sanctissima; Western Wynde Mass

Of the three works here, John Taverner’s Western Wynde Mass is unusually based on a risqué secular song melody, which recurs frequently throughout...

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Tue 26 Jul, 2016:
Taverner: Missa Christi sanctissima; Missa Mater Christi sanctissima; Western Wynde Mass

Of the three works here, John Taverner’s Western Wynde Mass is unusually based on a risqué secular song melody, which recurs frequently throughout...

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