In Choral Music, It's Not Only a Man's World

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Today we focus on the music of women over the last century. Works by two contemporary ladies, Elena Ruehr and Abbie Bettinis, make an appearance, as do works by Amy Beach and Imogen Holst.

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Survey of New Releases

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Today, Kent Tritle takes stock of new releases in the choral arts. Tune in for works of Alma Mahler, Purcell and Rachmaninoff, performed by groups from Australia, Belgium and Germany.


Recording a Chorus

Sunday, April 14, 2013

This week's Choral Mix features a sampler of new recordings from the last year. Out of dozens of worthy new releases, we've plucked out the ones which really demonstrate the vibrancy of the choral music world.

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Hallelujahs Through the Ages

Sunday, April 07, 2013

On this week's show, we celebrate Hallelujahs through the ages, including those from Handel’s oratorios; from the sacred Jewish tradition; and from Tallis and Bach to Taverner and Whitacre.

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