Issue 38:4
Mar/Apr 2015
Magazine Contents

Collections: Early Music

The largest and most important surviving musical compilation of the Trecento is the Squarcialupi Codex. An illuminated manuscript from the workshop of San Maria degli Angeli...

The first disc in this series, More Divine than Human ( Fanfare 33:2), offered five works drawn from the Eton Choirbook, the sole remaining witness to...

This brings us nearly up to date on the five recordings that the Schola has made for its current label, Budapest Music Center. “Post-Tridentine” refers to...

We always assume that somewhere in the vast catalog of Baroque music there are a few musical alchemists. Amongst the gigantic Bachs and Vivaldis, though, they...

The title is a bit of good marketing, catchy but irrelevant. Pierre Alamire’s spying activities are of no more importance to the manuscript scores that came...

Like four of this ensemble’s five previous discs, a program of Medieval sacred music is combined with works of one or more contemporary composers, at least...

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