Maurice Steger, Early Recordings (Diary 2014-01-31)

Recorder Music, Early Recordings with Maurice Steger: “An Italian Ground” (Steger, Kitaya) — for comparison: Icarus Ensemble, Pieter-Jan Belder, Andreas Staier, Ottavio Dantone, Yuja Wang); “An English Collection” (Steger, Kitaya)


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Ludwig Senfl: Songs & Instrumental (Diary 2013-03-10)

Ludwig Senfl (ca. 1486 – 1543): Songs and Instrumental Music — Wally Staempfli, Kurt Huber, Fritz Näf, Eugen M. Dombois, Ricercare-Ensemble für alte Musik Zürich, Michel Piguet; Tore Tom Denys, Patrick Denecker, La Caccia


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Arvo Pärt; Henryk Mikołaj Górecki: Miserere (Diary 2012-11-25)

Music by Arvo Pärt: CD “Adam’s Lament” (Kaljuste), “Beatus” (Kaljuste), “Triodion” (Layton), “Da pacem” (Hillier); Henryk Mikołaj Górecki: Miserere op.44, Amen op.35 (Nelson)


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Forqueray: The Attraction of the Deep

Totally addicted!! In most of baroque Europe, the number of chamber music works for deep string instruments is rather small. Also, viols were very popular in France and in England (to some degree), but rarely used in Italy in baroque times, but at the French Court there was an entire school of famous viola da gamba players…


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