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…event presented in Cambridge in November 2014, in The Wall Street Journal Online: Toward the end of the evening, Mr. Kelly did a fast-patter notation deconstruction of the scariest-looking manuscript, “En attendant, Esperance conforte” by Jacob Senleches (1380s). But when the tenor Owen McIntosh sang it, accompanied by lute and harp, its visual complexities resolved into extraordinary beauty, with its long melismas and word-painting expressivity…

Music from the Peterhouse Partbooks Page

…. Some of the other composers in the books strengthen the probability of a link with Oxford, although not a direct one with Magdalen College: John Mason, Hugh Aston, John Darke and James Northbroke held the degree of B.Mus. from the University of Oxford; John Taverner was choirmaster of Cardinal College between 1526 and 1530, and William Whytbroke was a chaplain of that college in 1529/30. In addition, John Mason and Richard Pygott were members of…

Concert history Page

…f youthe Morton: Le souvenir de vous me tue Cornysh: Ave Maria mater dei Benet: Telus purpurium / Splendida flamigero ? Cornysh: A robyn gentyl robyn Frye: Alas alas is my chief song Power: Ibo michi ad montem Mason: Quales sumus O miseri Music for the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I Wednesday, June 15, 2005 at 11 pm St. Cecilia Parish, Boston Boston Early Music Festival Josquin: Inviolata integra et casta Senfl: Beati omnes Anonymous (La Rue?): J…

Performance practice Page

…hrases as well as verbal phrases; in vocal music, the two are inextricably linked. Blend vs. complexity I am not interested in “blend” per se. I am not aware of any evidence that “blend” was a priority for musicians in the past. I think that what people mean by it nowadays is that singers should modulate or moderate the individual qualities of their voices in order to create a homogeneous, smooth, or de-individualised sound. But there is no a prio…

Rore madrigals (1542) Page

…ballata by an unnamed poet who would subsequently be revealed to be the Venetian priest and novelist Giovanni Brevio. This poem functions like a proem or introduction to a previously unrecognized cycle of sixteen sonnets. We will never know for sure, but it seems very likely that Brevio collaborated with De Rore to assemble this set of texts, mostly by Petrarch but also by contemporary imitators of Petrarch, and to organize them in such a way as…

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…uring a year of unprecedented uncertainty. In 2020-21 we presented: A full online subscription series Three Spotlight Sessions featuring Blue Heron musicians and special guests The Ockeghem Academy, a 3-part lecture series complementing our Ockeghem@600 project As we close out this season, we ask you to help us prepare for next season with a gift that will ensure a vital return to a full season of both familiar and new live programming. Take a sne…

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…possibilities … But it’s a dada name, really. Does anyone remember the recorder trio Sour Cream? Frans Brüggen, Walter van Hauwe, and Kees Boeke. A truly countercultural enterprise from the 1960s. They dressed all in white and played both old and new music. Someone once mentioned to us a medieval legend which had it that the heron was the only bird that sang in parts, but we have been unable to substantiate the tale. Follow this link for a brief…

CD reviews Page

…nd may take some listeners by surprise. At full stretch there isn’t a weak link from top to bottom, and at their best (that is, usually) the trebles stand comparison with those of far better-known ensembles either side of the Atlantic: try the Mass that forms the centrepiece here. By and large the series has focused on music whose performance is only possible through Sandon’s ministrations. Among the high points of previous installments are three…

Special projects Page

…s not available on Blue Heron’s own label. Below, in reverse chronological order, you will find more information on those recordings, and how to hear them—and order your own copy, if you wish. To hear some live performances recorded by WGBH Radio in Boston, visit our Podcasts page. CAPTURING MUSIC: THE STORY OF NOTATION Blue Heron recorded the companion CD for the book “Capturing Music: The Story of Notation” by scholar and master storyteller Prof…

Hugh Aston: Three Marian Antiphons Page

…of passion, the music inspires even greater awe. Alex Ross, The New Yorker Online | December 8, 2010 A “notable recording of 2010” (“2010: The Most Memorable Moments in Music”) J.F. Weber, Fanfare | September/October 2010 [Blue Heron’s] first recording, a fine survey of Dufay’s shorter works…was such a revelation that it is no surprise to hear the splendid performances of a later repertoire on the present disc. … The group compares very favorably…