A portrait of the French singer Anne Chabanceau de La Barre (1628-1688)
Drottning Kristinas Franska Frestelser
Queen Christina's French Temptations/Les Tentations Françaises de la Reine Christine
Music from Lully's ballets de cour & Parisian salons
The private music of Charles I and the Great English Households:
Music of William and Henry Lawes and John Jenkins
Leçons de Ténèbres
Michel Lambert (c.1610-1696)
This Easter Music was first performed by Anne Chabanceau de La Barre and her colleagues, in L'Eglise aux Feuillants, April 1656.
The Passionate Shepherdess
Mad-songs & melancholic tunes from
, colouring the Passions of Love.
Delle Bizzarrie Poetiche
Inspired by a meeting of an Italian 'Accademia' during the 17th century.
(Music and poetry for 2 voices, viola da gamba & harpsichord.)
Love, Women & Desire in Italian 16th and 17th century
Stämmer opp i Sångarinner
(Sing on you Women / Chantez vous Chanteuses)
Women, Music and Poetry in
during second half of the 17th century.
Passions of the Soul
Songs from a 17th century manuscript
Dans le Pays de tendre
Inspired by Mlle de Scudéry and her salons.
A sacred program with music and narration by 16th & 17th century women composers & poets.
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