This week, music from the 17th century: "Musikalische Exequien" by Schutz, and excerpts from "Vespers" of 1693 by Biber.
Two very different choral works from early in the 20th century: "Flos Campi" by Vaughan Williams, and "The Bells" by Rachmaninoff.
This morning, choral music by Liszt from throughout his career.
This week, Zoltan Kodaly conducts his "Te Deum" and "Missa Brevis" in recordings from the late 1950s.
A mixed bag of music this week--numerous composers, styles and traditions, performed by the American Boychoir and various adult choral ensembles.
Today, the ca.1930 oratorio "Hymn to the Earth" by Chicago-based composer, pianist and educator Edward Collins (1889-1951).
This week, choral music by Robert Schumann: the Requiem, Op.148, and the choral ballad "The King's Son," Op.116.
This week: the "Votive Mass" written in 1739 by Jan Dismas Zelenka.
This week: two masses by Haydn, the "Little Organ Solo" Mass and the "Theresien" Mass.
For Easter Sunday, the "Easter Historia" by Heinrich Schütz; and choral music for the Eastern Orthodox Easter or "Pascha" celebration.
For Palm Sunday we'll hear excerpts from Bach's "St. John Passion."
This week, anticipating the MSU "President's Concert" next Sunday, we'll hear the Berlioz "Te Deum."
This week, Luigi Cherubini's unusual Requiem Mass in D minor for 3-part male chorus and orchestra.
Today, some choral music by Liszt, with the featured work being the (mostly) orchestral "Dante Symphony."
This week, part-songs for men's chorus by Grieg and Schubert.
Today, psalm settings for evening Vespers services by Antonio Vivaldi.
This morning, we'll sample two new CDs: "Great British Anthems" and "Heitor Villa-Lobos: Choral Works."
Today, Mozart's incomplete "Great" C Minor Mass, K.427.
This week, music by the Bach family: the Magnificat in D by J.S. Bach's son Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, and a "Missa Brevis" by Johann Nikolaus Bach (1669-1753), the little-known 2nd cousin of Johann Sebastian.
This week, the Mass No.5 in Ab, and other choral liturgical music, by Schubert.
This week, "Lobgesang" (Hymn of Praise), the Symphony No.2 by Mendelssohn.
This week, early choral music by Sibelius, written while he was a student in Helsinki and Berlin in the late 1880s.
This week, two masses by Haydn: his first and his last compositions in that genre.
We welcome the new year with Brahms' Liebeslieder Waltzes.
Today, excerpts from the Bach "Christmas Oratorio."