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The Renaissance Period, of course, was a vital period of extraordinary change. The very name "Renaissance" means "rebirth," and this station is built on the evocative sounds of the Renaissance period with a definitive medieval touch.

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  2.   Heigh Ho Holiday Canadian Brass
  3.   Sing We and Chant It Boston Camerata
  4.   Rebec - La septime estampie real Early Music Consort of London
  5.   Instrumentalstück (Instrumental Piece) Sequentia
  6.   Messe de Nostre Dame, mass for 4 voices~Kyrie 2 The Kronos Quartet
  7.   Ah, el novio no quere dinero! (Sephardic song) Waverly Consort
  8.   Spingardo, for consort Toronto Consort
  9.   O Mistris mine Toronto Consort
  10.   Entrance of Players Jaye Consort of Viols
  11.   L'Orfeo~(Excerpt) Concentus Musicus Wien
  12.   Verbum caro: Y la Virgen Andrew Parrott/Taverner Choir/Taverner Consort/Taverner Players
  13.   Seven Joys of Mary Taverner Choir
  14.   Les Bouffons (The Buffens), branle for 5 parts (Tiers livre de danceries) Baltimore Consort
  15.   Canzone a 8 Early Music Consort of London
  16.   Monsieurs Almaine Musicians of Swanne Alley
  17.   Es ist ein Ros entsprungen Boston Camerata
  18.   Joseph Is Well Married: Joseph, Lieber Joseph Mein Boston Camerata
  19.   Luz y norte musical, for guitar or harp~Canarios Harp Consort
  20.   Fontis in Rivulum (Las Huelgas Codex) Ensemble Alcatraz
  21.   Surgam et circuibo Ensemble William Byrd
  22.   Regina coeli, antiphon for 5 voices Chanticleer
  23.   1. Unquiet thoughts Consort of Musicke
  24.   Contre le temps Early Music Consort of London
  25.   Jubilate Domino (from Musae Sioniae) Toronto Consort
  26.   L' Humore Musicale~L'humor perfidioso Anthony Rooley
  27.   Alleluya: A nywe werk is come on honde Nicolas Robertson
  28.   Gabriel fram heven-king Taverner Choir, Consort & Players
  29.   Riu, riu, chiu Andrew Parrott
  30.   O Jesulein süss BWV493 (b.c. by Bach) Jakob Lindberg
  31.   Nova! nova! Simon Grant
  32.   Il est né, le divin Enfant William Hunt
  33.   Lullay Thou Tiny Little Child Taverner Consort
  34.   Bon jour et puis quelles nouvelles, chanson for 5 voices, B. xi/60 (S. xvi/53) King's Singers
  35.   Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Ecco Orfeo cui pur dianzi' Emmanuelle Haïm
  36.   Anonymous: Riu, riu, chiu Chanticleer
  37.   What if I never speed?, for 4 voices & lute (Third Book of Songs) Christopher Parkening
  38.   Virginis in gremio Sequentia
  39.   Awake and join the cheerful choir (English) Anonymous 4
  40.   Ave Maris Stella Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist
  41.   Alma Redemptoris Mater Ruth Cunningham
  42.   Miserere nostri Taverner Consort
  43.   Exultation Waverly Consort
  44.   Ave Maria Mater Dei for 4 voices The Tallis Scholars
  45.   Orfeo, Atto Primo: 'Rosa del ciel, vita del mondo' Orfeo Ian Bostridge
  46.   Stabat mater a 8 Taverner Consort
  47.   Deus refugium et virtus Carlo Gesualdo
  48.   A voi, mentre il mio core
  49.   Felicissimo sonno
  50.   Stanze sopra La Vergine Il Primo Libro de Madrigali A Cinque Voci: 1581): V. Vergine sol'al mondo senza esempio Beethovenhalle Orchestra, Bonn
  51.   Ave Maria Choir of Clare College, Cambridge/Timothy Brown

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