Harmonia Uncut is a biweekly podcast featuring highlights from recent and archival concert recordings of early music, curated and presented by Wendy Gillespie.
Harmonia Uncut: Arrangements of Bach
Judith Linsenberg has been living with her arrangements of Bach organ sonatas as trio sonatas for many years now, but we’re going to travel back to when she was getting to know the music for the first time.
Harmonia Uncut: "Fourteenth-Century Chamber Music"
What the heck is fourteenth century chamber music?
Excerpts from a concert called “Fourteenth century chamber music” - performed by faculty of the Early Music Institute in Bloomington, Indiana, in 1989.
Harmonia Uncut: Get Binked!
Thomas Binkley founded the Early Music Institute at IU School of Music in Bloomington, Indiana in 1980. We'll hear excerpts from the very first faculty performance.
Harmonia Uncut: The Fifth of Six in the Seventh
A performance of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam,” BWV 7, on February 26, 2017, in Bloomington, Indiana. It was the fifth of six cantatas in the seventh season of the Bloomington Bach Cantata Project.
The Hilliard Ensemble in 1980
We'll hear a performance from a 1980 cassette tape of the Hilliard Ensemble's first concert in NYC.
Harmonia Uncut: Legrenzi Suggests…
The UNT Collegium Singers and Baroque Orchestra present several different ways of performing the music, just as Giovanni Legrenzi suggests. Check it out!