In today’s programme, we present a selection of music for the human voice, from Mediæval times to the present. Both secular and a little sacred music is included, so today’s show will be quite varied, ranging between troubadour songs, Renaissance choral works,
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Vocal Magic

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by Elrik Merlin on Saturday, 12 July, 2014

From the Library: Vocal Magic

In today’s programme, we present a selection of music for the human voice, from Mediæval times to the present.

Both secular and a little sacred music is included, so today’s show will be quite varied, ranging between troubadour songs, Renaissance choral works, traditional English folk-songs sung by artists like the King’s Singers and Coope Boyes & Simpson, and modern works such as those of Karl Jenkins, Libera, The Swingle Singers, The Carpenters, and Donna McKevitt’s haunting settings of Derek Jarman’s poetry.

The programme focuses primarily on lesser-known works and on smaller vocal ensembles, rather than either solo or large-scale performances, but examples of both are also included.

The ZBS Radio Hour

Then tune in at 11am or 7pm Pacific time to enjoy the latest installments in our continuing classic award-winning radio serials, Jack Flanders in Dreams of Rio and the penultimate episode of Ruby 3 — The Invisible World.


Today’s programme is presented by Elrik Merlin. If you are in the United States or Canada, please click here to launch the Stream Licensing player. To listen from outside North America, click here to start your player .

This programme is also available in enhanced-quality AAC. Tune in here:  http://minor.slserver.com:9012/live 

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