Issue 38:5
May/June 2015
Magazine Contents

Collections: Early Music

So what does the title of this disc mean? A glance at the liner notes reveals a literal misreading of the phrase, “went insane with.” And...

The general focus on this disc of 32 pieces is Manuscript 975 in Granada’s Manuel de Falla Library. It’s an anthology of more than 100 vocal...

Among my particular passions are recordings of Renaissance and Baroque music by consorts of recorders or viols, and so I’m always pleased as punch when a...

Some time back I reviewed the first release by Paul Leenhouts and his Royal Wind Music (Lindoro 712; Fanfare 30:5). It featured an ensemble of 14...

Much of the “music of the German 17th century” on this disc relates to the Viennese court of the Holy Roman Emperors, whose rulers for more...

This program of mostly a cappella choral music is the 13th release in as many years of concertizing by the 13-voice Miami-based Seraphic Fire, a record...

As noted in the previous issue, we have come to the end of the line with Schola Hungarica, a choral group of men, women, and children...

These two discs of Gregorian chant are newer than the recordings made a few years ago for Decca ( Fanfare 32:2; 32:5). The first one begins...

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