This week's show is a showcase for some stringed instruments of the early music family, like viols, lutes, clavichord, and bray harp. We'll hear performances by Hille Perl, Therese Honey, Phantasm, and Ronn McFarlane. 

  • Marin Marais â€‹From 'Les Voix Humaines', featuring Hille Perl, viola da gamba, and Lee Santana, lute and theorbo: Les voix humaines, Cloches ou carillon, Rondeau le bijou. (Deutsche Harmonia Mundi)
  • From 'The Royale Harpist' featuring Therese Honey:  Edi beo thu Hevene Quene, Alle, psallite, Alleluya, Dansse Real, Branle de la Torche (M. Praetorius).
  • John Ward Fantasias and Verse Anthems, featuring Phantasm and the Choir of Magdalen College: Fantasia 5 & 6, This is a joyful, happy, holy day.
  • Johann Jacob Froberger Suite in c minor. Performed by Hermann Iseringhausen, clavichord. Md+G 3139.
  • Antonio Vivaldi Vedro con mio diletto from Giustino. Performed by Philippe Jaroussky, countertenor, and Ensemble Matheus. From 'Vivaldi-Heroes' (Virgin Classics). For more information about Texas Early Music Project's upcoming concert, 'That's Amore- An Early Valentine', please click here.
  • From 'Two Lutes: Lute Duets from England's Golden Age', featuring Ronn McFarlane and William Simms: La Rossignol (anon.), A plaine song, Twenty Ways upon the Bells (Thomas Robinson), Greensleeves (anon.) (Sono Luminus)
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