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The Toronto Consort
All in a Garden Green
This 2-CD set is a re-issue of two of The Toronto Consort's most popular recordings of Renaissance music:
Mariners and Milkmaids: Ballads and Dances from 17th-Century England
O Lusty May: Renaissance Songs of Spring
Frescobaldi and the Glories of Rome
Girolamo Frescobaldi is one of Italy’s most celebrated early Baroque composers. This recording showcases his musical diversity: his arias, motets, madrigals and villanelles. Performed by the Toronto Consort.
Full Well She Sang
This recording explores the lives and talents of women composers and singers from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the early Baroque. It features music by Hildegard of Bingen, Barbara Strozzi and Francesca Caccini.
Italian Queen of France
The Italian Queen of France is a musical program inspired by Catherine de Medici – the most powerful and controversial woman in Europe during the 16th century. Performed by the renowned Toronto Consort.
Navidad is a Christmas celebration of the lively and compelling repertoire of villancicos and dances from 16th and 17th-century Latin America and Spain. Performed by The Toronto Consort.
Praetorius: Christmas Vespers
This recording recreates a vespers (evening) service for Christmas as it might have sounded in a large north German church in the early 17th century. Performed by The Toronto Consort.
The DaVinci Collection
The Toronto Consort presents a collection of music from Italy in the time of Leonardo da Vinci.
The Little Barley-Corne: Christmas Revels
The Little Barley-Corne features Christmas and Candlemas ballads and dances from England and France. The singers of The Toronto Consort are joined by their colleagues on harpsichord, viola da gamba, lute, recorder, hurdy-gurdy, and more.
The Queen: Music for Elizabeth I
With their usual charm and passion, The Toronto Consort recreates musical life at the court of Elizabeth I. Many of these songs were written for or about this remarkable monarch, and others are songs that would have been performed at her court.
The Way of the Pilgrim
In medieval times travelling was often precarious, but full of adventure and excitement. From travellers en route to a sacred shrine, to wandering scholars, The Toronto Consort bring you pilgrim songs, crusaders’ laments and ecstatic dances.