Primarily vocal music of the late-16th century, with a foray into William Byrd's lesser known chamber/voice output
All selections from CDs. The caccia is an early canonic form
Perugia (I), 30'; Biber (sonatas), 12'; Biber (mass), 36'; Josquin, 30'; Perugia (II), 25'
Approximate length of each set: Gesualdo, 40'; Byrd, 25'; Geminiani I, 12'; Biber, 50'; Geminiani II, 11'.
According to the liner notes of the CD of the Biber Mass, it is a World Première Recording.
Buxtehude: the works are identified by volume and number as they appear in the Hedar edition. The second Roman numeral refers to subdivisions of Vol. III
Machaut: works from his 4300-line poem Remede de Fortune
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