Harmonia Podcast #132: Vlad Dracula and J.S. Bach

27

August
2010

Perhaps it’s just a coincidence, but Cançonièr‘s fine debut recording of music from the time of Vlad Dracula taps into the current vampire craze that’s sweeping the U.S. right now. Vampires are all the rage (especially attractive ones). And thanks to Bram Stoker, Dracula gets thrown in as an infamous vampire even though history shows that he was not. Cançonièr’s program is beautifully selected and delivered.

As for the Dunedin Consort & Players new recording of J.S. Bach‘s Mass in B minor, it’s an excellent recording.

LISTEN: #132—Cançonièr and the Dunedin Consort & Players

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