Harmonia Early Music
By WFIU Public Media (wfiu.org)
To listen to an audio podcast, mouse over the title and click Play. Open iTunes to download and subscribe to podcasts.
Harmonia is a weekly program of early music produced at WFIU Public Media. In the podcast edition, our staff brings you featured new releases from the exciting world of early music.
||Renaissance Pop||Ring Around Quartet and Consort sing Frottole: Popular songs of Renaissance Italy.||5/22/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Queen Of Heaven||Agave Baroque and countertenor Reginald Mobley perform music by the Italian nun, Isabella Leonarda.||5/15/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Eye Music, Ear Candy||Don't you hate it when you're not “in” on an in-joke? This hour, early examples of “eye music,” where the punchlines are hidden for the performers to enjoy.||5/11/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Ensemble Dragma And The Music Of Heinrich Laufenberg||Ensemble Dragma's first CD is a recording devoted to the 15th century poet-musician, Heinrich Laufenberg.||5/8/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Hamelin 1284: An Interview With Norbert Rodenkirchen||Medieval flute, improvisation, and the true story behind the medieval tale of the Pied Piper, in a conversation with Norbert Rodenkirchen.||5/4/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||12×12||Twelve pieces, twelve different recorders, one performer.||5/1/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||One Man Show||Bud Roach performs music of Giovanni Felice Sances.||4/25/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Missa Brevis||We're showcasing early religious music in some of its shortest forms.||4/13/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||New Music for Ancient Instruments||Bernard Foccroulle plays his own compositions for historical organs.||4/10/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||August Kühnel||Susie Napper, Margaret Little, and Les Voix Humaine play viol pieces by Kühnel.||4/3/2015||Free||View In iTunes|
The podcasts feature about a minute from four or five performances. I wonder if the radio program plays entire pieces?
Just enough information to make you seek more…and the hosts make you feel smart!
Great podcast! I wish my public radio station still carried the program