Bruhns & Scheidemann
Graupner, Scheibe, Graun, Schickhardt
Virtuoso music for recorder and orchestra as it sounded at the music-loving Danish court in the 1700s
Box collection of Paul Hillier and Ars Nova Copenhagen’s highly acclaimed recordings of all of Schütz’s passions and narrative oratorios from the late Renaissance.
Paul Hillier and his Ars Nova Copenhagen conclude their series of early Baroque master Heinrich Schütz’ vocal treasury
Grammy-winning ensemble Theatre of Voices and Paul Hillier in Buxtehude's rare works of his vocal music
Another set of stunning Baroque works in the third volume of ARS NOVA's and Paul Hillier's now hailed Schütz series
Two Masterly examples of the Early Vocal Baroque with Ars Nova Copenhagen and Paul Hillier
The intense rigour of Schütz’ music is in perfect hands with Paul Hillier
The six sonatas without opus numbers conclude a unique series of CDs
Conclusion of Bine Bryndorf’s complete Buxtehude series. New reference recording!
J.G.W. Palschau and J.A.P. Schulz
Crisp, lively harpsichord music from the 1770s. A real find!
A tour de force in SACD sound from the Hamburg church Skt. Jacobi, where Buxtehude himself played
SACD recording from Stockholm, where the sources for most of Buxtehude’s works are preserved
Seven trio sonatas op. 2, embodying the whole world of the Baroque
The imagination bubbles over in Buxtehude’s opus 1 for violin, cello and harpsichord
Buxtehude’s music on his home ground – his own church in Helsingborg
New reference recording made in Buxtehude’s own church in Helsingør
Bine Bryndorf launches her definitive series of Buxtehude works on his own organ in Helsingør
Dufay Collective perform sacred cantatas in a concentrated, personal Baroque style
Emma Kirkby shines as the soloist in Buxtehude’s sacred music
The Compenius Organ in Frederiksborg Castle Chapel is the oldest in the world – hear it in music from the beginning of t