Harmonia Uncut is a biweekly podcast featuring highlights from recent and archival concert recordings of early music, curated and presented by Wendy Gillespie.
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!
Harmonia Uncut: Old School, New Perspective
Listen as Hebrew, Islam, and Christian traditions overlap and diverge as they spread around Europe and Asia, in a performance by ensemble Schola Antiqua.
Harmonia Uncut: Sleepwalking in 17th-Century Paris...
The ensemble Sonnambula plays music from seventeenth-century France by Lully, Lalande, and more at the Baruch Performing Arts Center in NYC of September 2017. Join us!
Harmonia Uncut: Richard Davy's St. Matthew Passion
Let's hear some of Quire Cleveland's 2017 performance of the St. Matthew Passion by Renaissance composer Richard Davy.
Harmonia Uncut: Czech Out This Christmas Concert!
Tempesta di Mare created a very unusual Christmas concert of Czech music, most of which was found in a bishop’s library in the Moravian Court in Kroměříž. Singers, strings, brass, winds, and organ join together for festive music of the season.
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For those who enjoy/seek/are inspired by early music, nothing surpasses Harmonia Early Music. Apparently they are unable to repeat their weekly radio broadcast. No problem. Wendy’s brief extras fill an important void. I need, I feed from this weekly glance at the roots of western music. Thanks to UI and to their supporters. Much love.
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I've tried to download this and subscribe, but have not been able to get it to download. Still, going to the actual website reveals it to be a superb broadcast.
Thanks for doing the podcast! Love it!