Relive some of the amazing performances at last year's London International Festival of Early Music. On Sunday 14th and Monday 15th June, BBC Radio 3 played selected performances recorded live at LIFEM '19 on the Early Music Show and Early Music Now.
Live performances from Solomon's Knot, Elizabeth Kenny, Early Music Young Ensemble 2108 winners Palisanderand Pypker/Muskens Duo, Parandrus, Chetham's School of Music and Olwen Foulkes.
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Highlights from the 2019 London International Festival of Early Music, including performances by lutenist Elizabeth Kenny, recorder player Olwen Foulkes, soprano Tinka Pypker with fortepianist Anders Muskens, ensembles Palisander, Solomon's Knot and Parandrus, and members of the Chetham’s Early Music Ensemble.
A wide selection of music including pieces by Machaut, Dufay, Kapsperger, Sweelinck, Vivaldi, Sammartini, Tartini, CPE Bach and Schubert.
Presented by Lucie Skeaping. From performances given at the London International Festival of Early Music in early November 2019. Recordings by Jonas Persson supplied by London International Festival of Early Music courtesy of Festival Director Chris Butler.
Tom McKinney introduces a selection of items recorded at last year’s London International Festival of Early Music from lutenist Elizabeth Kenny, the Parandrus Ensemble, Chetham’s School of Music and Solomon’s Knot.
Kapsperger – Toccata V ( Il Primo Libro d’Intavolatura di Liuto)
Robert Johnson - The Last of the Queenes Masques (Varietie)
Elizabeth Kenny (lute)
Jacob Obrecht - Tandernaken
Orlande de Lassus - Susanne un jour
Josquin des Prez - Mille regretz
Parandrus: Daniel Swain, Charlotte Barbour-Condini, Grace Shih, Sophie Westbrooke (recorders) / Sarah Anne Champion (mezzo-soprano)
Thomas Arne – Morning Cantata
Isobel Coughlan (soprano)
Chethams Baroque Ensemble
Martyn Shaw (conductor)
Tallis – Lamantationes Jeremiae I
From performances given at the London International Festival of Early Music in early November 2019. Recordings by Jonas Persson supplied by London International Festival of Early Music courtesy of Festival Director Chris Butler.