CD Review: Bach’s Luther Cantatas Inspirited

“Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott,” a hymn virtually synonymous with Lutheranism, opens BWV 80 and exemplifies the reverent yet uniquely moving aesthetic of this recording by Montréal Baroque under Eric Milnes.

CD Review: Fischer’s Gifts Celebrated

The Boston-based Renaissance vocal ensemble Exsultemus teams with Newton Baroque for a complete Vespers setting from Johann C. F. Fischer’s Opus 3 of 1701.

CD Review: Lorenzani Opera Charms

‘Nicandro e Fileno,’ an 1681 comic opera by Paolo Lorenzani, receives a winning account by Le Nouvel Opéra and Les Boréades de Montréal under Francis Colpron.

Musicians Of The Old Post Road At 30

The ensemble was created by flutist Suzanne Stumpf and cellist Daniel Ryan to rediscover music of the late 17th through early 19th centuries performed on period instruments in historic venues across the Boston area.

CD Review: Cantatas For Countertenor

American countertenor Bejun Mehta and the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin perform eight full-length cantatas and excerpts that depict pastoral love, deep piety, and bitter jealousy while also demonstrating the flexibility of this popular Baroque form.

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