- Requiem for a Pink Moon
- The Elfin Knight
- Fire - Passion in English Lute Song
- Thomas Campion: Author of Poetry and Song
- Paris 1529 - Pierre Attaignant and the early French chanson
- Paris 1600 - Source d'Amour
- Paris 1706--Au nom de l'amour
- Munich 1523 - Ludwig Senfl under Wilhelm IV.
- Oswald von Wolkenstein: Reflexionen - Reflections
- Fürchtet euch nicht!
Christmas in the New World
Old and new melodies from America: Another view of the American Christmas tradition
In the 19th century singing schools bloomed in the US. From this developed a particular tradition—ordinary people created extraordinary music. One needs only to hear the music of Jeremiah Ingalls, William Billings, and William Walker which are preserved in the wonderful collections “The Sacred Harp” and “The Southern Harmony” to understand. The music sounds archaic, often with the melody in the tenor as it was in medieval times: A fascinating contrast to the “normal” Christmas routine!
Joel Frederiksen –bass, guitar and musical direction
Theresa Dlouhy – soprano
Kamila Mazalová -- Alto
Timothy Leigh Evans – tenor
Marion Treupel-Franck -- Flute
Domen Marincic -- Cello
Michal Gondko -- Guitar