Harmonia - Early Music Podcast
The Cosmopolitan: Oswald Von Wolkenstein08/15/14
In the arts, an appreciation of a creation is fed by a knowledge of its creator. Get to know Oswald von Wolkenstein with a new recording from Ensemble Leones.
A 2014 Ricercar release from Ensemble Céladon, led by Paulin Bündgen, presents music of the Troubadours.
Spanish Baroque Meets Flamenco!
Las Idas Y Las Vueltas: Spanish Baroque Meets Flamenco!
The Ear Of Zurbarán
The connection between visual art and musical sound.
They Might Be Giants
Looking back at the giants and geniuses of music history.
Ferrandini (AKA Handel)
Music by a composer whose music you may have heard, but whose name you might not know.
Latin conductus and rondelli from 12th-14th century Swiss Monasteries and libraries.
Hear an instrument that may be "new to you!"
All In A Life’s Work: Arcangelo Corelli
Arcangelo Corelli’s complete published chamber music performed by the Avison Ensemble.
Roberta Invernizzi and Filippo Mineccia sing music from the Baroque era in Italy.
A Visit To Constance
We're dropping in on the historic Council of Konstanz with a recording from Capella de la Torre, and music that might have been heard there in the 15th c.
Hummel And The Fortepiano
We’re headed into the 19th century with Hummel piano concertos, recorded for the first time on period instruments by Solamente Naturali.
Onward And Upward
Kudos to Jean Lamon for over three decades with Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra!
The Mozart-Bach Connection
Christophe Rousset plays Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier Book II, and the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin plays related works by Mozart and his contemporaries.
ACRONYM Knows Their ABC’s
The ACRONYM ensemble plays the Alphabet Sonatas by Johann Christoph Pezel.
Music for violin alone--Luigi de Filippi and Thibault Noally perform.
The French And English Suites
Bach's English and the French suites performed by Colin Tilney on clavichord and Richard Egarr on harpsichord.
Scenes From The Gospels And Music For Passiontide
Two recordings paint a picture through music of the life and Passion of Christ.
Early World Music in Latin America and the convergence of cultures.
Telemann, Bach, And Luther
Two recordings of music from the Lutheran tradition composed by Bach and Telemann.
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More informationHarmonia is a weekly one-hour radio program, podcast and blog that takes listeners back in history to the cathedrals, fairs, and stages of the past, teaching listeners about history as documented by musicians of the periods. From the sublime realm of Chant to the passion of an Italian Baroque violin sonata - Harmonia brings the music of these earlier periods to life, as performers of today cast new light on the music of the distant past.
Harmonia is a production of WFIU Public Radio in Bloomington, Indiana.