Believe it or not, there's some pretty strange early music out there, and this week's Early Music Now proves it! We'll revel in the weird, wild, and wacky with composers like Heinrich Biber, Solage, Carlo Gesualdo, and Henry Purcell.

  • Anon.: La Badessa. Performed by The Newberry Consort. Performed by
  • Guillaume de Machaut: Ma fin est mon Commencement. Performed by The Hilliard Ensemble.
  • Solage: Fumeux fume. Performed by The Early Music Consort of London.
  • Matteo da Perugia: Le greygnour bien. Performed by The Early Music Consort of London.
  • Anon.: Da passione domini/Rumpelmetten. Performed by Piffaro.
  • Ludwig Senfl: Von edler Art. Performed by The Orlando Consort.
  • Carlo Gesualdo: Languisco, e moro, ahi cruda. Performed by Les Arts Florissants.
  • Heinrich Biber: Sonata Jucunda. Performed by ACRONYM.
  • Jean-Fery Rebel: Le Chaos from Les Elements. Performed by Academy for Early Music Berlin.
  • Henry Purcell: What power art thou (Cold Song) from King Arthur. Performed by Andreas Scholl, countertenor; Accademia Bizantina.
  • J.S. Bach: Toccata and Fugue in d minor, BWV 565, for solo violin. Performed by Andrew Manze, violin.
  • Pancrace Royer: Le Vertigo. Performed by Christophe Rousset, harpsichord.
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