April 4, 2015 Leave a comment
I just finished my special, very private holiday dinner and was sitting at my desk sifting through the CD’s for this Easter Sunday, April 05 , 2014 – from 10:00am – 1:00pm – early music special on WPRB, 103.3FM, Princeton, NJ
One of my favorite activity is listening to all the moving and beautiful lesser known works and sharing them with listeners on my weekly and occasional special programs.
Yes, this Easter Sunday is special and Jeannie, host of Sunday Jazz is taking a break to spend time with her family. As before, I will devote this time to music for Easter and to the days preceding it.
If you never listened to my early music programs you will find out that the most works are a bit off the beaten track. You will not find here J.S. Bach, Vivaldi or Handel even though I love all of them.
Some of the works you will hear have interesting stories behind them, for example the totally forgotten Miserere of Tommaso Bai which was paired with the famous Allegri work during his lifetime.
To give you some idea, here is a list of some of the works which will be presented in “Little Known Treasures of Early Music for Easter”
Missa Resurrectionis by Italian composer, Antonio Bertali (1605-1669)
Missa Resurructio Christi by Italian composer, Andrea Rota (1593-1597)
If you cannot listen the day of the broadcast, you can listen to the archives for over two weeks after each show at: http://www.classicaldiscoveries.org/index_music.html
and yes, next Sunday from 1:00 till 3:00pm I will be presenting another special: MUSIC FOR ORTHODOX EASTER