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The St. Matthew Passion by Richard Davy

Among the most dramatic musical works from the early Renaissance is the setting of the St. Matthew Passion by the English composer Richard Davy (1465–1507). Preserved incomplete in the Eton Choirbook, it has been reconstructed by Quire’s Artistic Director, Ross Duffin, and the original Latin words replaced by the English translation of William Tyndale, a contemporary of […]

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City of Fools: Medieval Songs of Rule & Misrule

Camerata’s op-ed on power seekers and ugly politics! Shortly before an important American election, this new program evokes age-old themes of justice and corruption. Minstrel songs from medieval France, Provençe, and Germany, amazingly contemporary in their language, provide an amusing and sharply-etched perspective on our current travails. Includes pungent selections from the Play of Daniel, […]

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