Church and sacred music from 1400-1600 with brass, polyphonic chorus and more
Jan 20, 07
Feb 10, 09
Renaissance era composers from the Italian, English, Portuguese, Spanish, Franco-Flemish and German Schools-- Dufay, Palestrina, Gombert, Tallis, Josquin, both Gabrieli's, Orlande de Lassus, Willaert, T.L. de Victoria, Stoltzer, Byrd and more-- performed by many of today's greatest artists. St. Mark's basilica in Venice was a center of classical music. Thank you for sharing the beautiful choral and brass Church music of many centuries ago. Please make note the composers above for, due to personal circumstances beyond my control, I have to end my broadcasting effective April 21st.
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