Feminine Fusion

S4-17: Turning Time

Turning Time

“Everything passes, but nothing entirely goes away.”  – Jenny Diski


We are at a tipping point, that moment when one year turns to the next.  As we head into the next decade, we’ll take a trip through time, from Medieval days to modern.  It’s music that is sacred and secular, including the latest Pulitzer Prize-winning work from Ellen Reid.  We’ll also take note of what the future has in store.


“Turning Time”


Hildegard of Bingen:  Kyrie
Oxford Camerata; Jeremy Summerly, conductor
“Heavenly Revelations”
Naxos 550998

Caterina Assandra:  Salve Regina
Cappella Artemisia
“Rosa Mistica”
Tactus 600003

Caterina Assandra:  In Dulcis Amor Jesu
Cappella Artemisia
“Rosa Mistica”
Tactus 600003

Barbara Strozzi:  L’eraclito Amoroso
Heike Pichler- Trosits, soprano
La Villanella Basel
“O Dulcis Amor”
Ramée 0401

Leonora Duarte:  Sinfonia Nos. 1 & 7
Sonnambula; Elizabeth Weinfield, director
“Leonora Duarte: The Complete Works”
Centaur 3685

Anna Bon di Venezia:  Flute Sonata No. 5
Hans-Joachin Fuss, flute; Nicolau de Figueriredo, harpsichord; Rene Schiffer, cello
“The Baroque Flute”
Discover 920256

Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel:  Notturno in G Minor
Catharine Dornin, piano
Hot Records

Marion Bauer:  The Red Man’s Requiem
Sonja Gourley, soprano; Donne e Doni

Ellen Reid:  p r i s m (excerpts)
Rebecca Jo Loeb & Anna Schubert, sopranos
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street
Julian Wachner, conductor
“p r i s m”
Decca 4818661

Linda Kachelmeier:  We Toast The Days
“Light in the Darkness”



Feminine Fusion highlights the roles of women in classical music.  Host Diane Jones brings you stories and music of the women who create, perform, and inspire.  Produced in the studios at WCNY-FM.

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