Articles tagged 'Byrd'

Narrow-Minded Opinionism 1.

Programs where viols accompany singing may allow a few instrumentals to break up the prevailing routine. This superb 2010 disc does the opposite, with Julianne Baird on only eight of the 22 tracks and none of them overexposed.

Narrow-Minded Opinionism 1.

Programs where viols accompany singing may allow a few instrumentals to break up the prevailing routine. This superb 2010 disc does the opposite, with Julianne Baird on only eight of the 22 tracks and none of them overexposed.

Four Centuries Apart 2.

I’m pleased to welcome this 1995 compilation (of 1965-67 work) back to the catalog.

Four Centuries Apart 2.

I’m pleased to welcome this 1995 compilation (of 1965-67 work) back to the catalog.

Words Fail Me 6.

Avoid this Dowland sampler unless you approached the English Orpheus via Sting’s hit album.

Words Fail Me 6.

Avoid this Dowland sampler unless you approached the English Orpheus via Sting’s hit album.

Words Fail Me 3.

For years Rangell has opened recitals with a 17th-century piece, so his interest is no whim.

Words Fail Me 3.

For years Rangell has opened recitals with a 17th-century piece, so his interest is no whim.

Four Centuries Apart 1.

Bob van Asperen stood out in Gustav Leonhardt’s first wave of gifted pupils (Alan Curtis and Ton Koopman among them).

Four Centuries Apart 1.

Bob van Asperen stood out in Gustav Leonhardt’s first wave of gifted pupils (Alan Curtis and Ton Koopman among them).

Modal Magic from Winchester

Many of us had our introduction to the music of Thomas Tallis via Vaughn Williams’ “Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis.”

Modal Magic from Winchester

Many of us had our introduction to the music of Thomas Tallis via Vaughn Williams’ “Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis.”