In furore iustissimae irae…
Tag: 18th century composers
Entertainment! Have fun!
Well, we have a thing for Italian at the moment, ever since we posted Rossini’s Barbiere. So here’s another opera sung in Italian, and with subtitles, too!
A light (and short) bit of entertainment for a warm summer Sunday
Performed by the Purcell Quartet
Weber had a significant impact on composers of the Romantic period, particularly in Germany.
‘Don Giovanni’ is generally regarded as one of Mozart’s supreme achievements and one of the greatest operas of all time, or so they say. See if you agree.
Chamber music is on the menu today.
Johann Joseph Fux (1660 – 1741) was an Austrian composer and court musician of the late Baroque era.
Here’s something light for the first Sunday in 2020.