Articles tagged 'Gibbons'
Get this disc by Josie and the Emeralds, an enterprising soprano and quartet of viols in Australia, for the two-thirds that’s new to us.
For years Rangell has opened recitals with a 17th-century piece, so his interest is no whim.
Bob van Asperen stood out in Gustav Leonhardt’s first wave of gifted pupils (Alan Curtis and Ton Koopman among them).
It’s a double irony that two new recordings of Sweelinck’s vocal music are on offer at the same time.
The language of Shakespear and the King James Bible is held by many to be high points of English literature. But rarely do we hear the music admired by contemporaries.