Early Music recordings supported by Continuo Foundation
We went back over our catalogue of album releases and could not be more proud of the impressive range and quality of the recordings Continuo Foundation has supported so far (since 2021).
With the holidays around the corner, you may be looking for inspiration for a gift for a special person in your life or as a treat for yourself, so we have put together a list of albums for you to discover.
John Frederick Lampe: The Dragon of Wantley - by The Brook Street Band
Handel's oratorio La Resurrezione - by The English Concert
The Library of a Prussian Princess - by Ensemble Augelletti
Mozart's Bassoon - works for solo bassoon by Peter Whelan and Ensemble Marsyas
Forza Azzuri! Music by Dall’abaco, Brescianello, Sammartini, Vivaldi and Zavateri - by La Serenissima
A recording of Handel's opera Amadigi di Gaula by the Early Opera Company
Haydn: Symphonies 6, 7, 8 ‘Le matin’ ‘Le midi’ ‘Le soir’ - by Florilegium
Tom & Will (Weelkes & Byrd - 400 years), a recording by The King’s Singers and Fretwork
Bach’s Goldberg Variations Reimagined - by Rachel Podger, Chad Kelly and Brecon Baroque
Mozart: Mass in C minor and C. P. E. Bach: Heilig ist Gott, by Dunedin Consort
Irlandiani explore 18th-century Italian-Irish musical connections in their new album 'Smock Alley.' Cellist Carina Drury talks about how the album came about.
A recording by Galliarda focusing on female composers of the late Baroque period
Anthems and motets by Thomas Weelkes, by Rose Consort of Viols and Chichester Cathedral choir
A recording by I Fagiolini and The City Musick
Liturina’s work with jazz musician and composer Jonny Mansfield forges a new path for historical performance through genre crossover.
Continuo Connect meets soprano Mary Bevan, internationally renowned in baroque, classical and contemporary music.
Crossness Engines represent a unique part of Britain’s industrial heritage, an outstanding example of Victorian engineering, a ‘Cathedral on the Marsh’.