Baroque goes back, way back to the 50’s. Not the 1950’s, the 1650’s! Rich melodic music from 1600 to 1750: concertos from Venice, cantatas from the churches of Leipzig and harpsichord suites from the halls of Versailles. Grand, opulent, cerebral, bold and uplifting. Only on Stingray Music will you find a 24/7 channel devoted entirely to baroque. Bach, Handel, Vivaldi and more.

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Johann Sebastian Bach

Antonio Vivaldi

George Frideric Handel

Georg Philipp Telemann

Domenico Scarlatti

Jordi Savall


Henry Purcell

Luc Beauséjour

Jeanne Lamon


Tartini: Violin Concerto D.56
Violin Concertos
Corelli - Violin Sonata in E minor Op.5 No.8
Violin Sonatas Op.5
Rebel: Caractères de la danse
Les Boréades: Théâtre Musical
Clérambault - Pyrame et Thisbé: Air "Amour, qui voudra desormais"
Clérambault: Cantates Françaises
Locatelli: Concerto for strings in C Minor Op.4 No.11
Locatelli's Opus 4
Weiss: Suite l'Infidele
Scarlatti: 2 Sonatas for Harpsichord K.109 / K.39
Scarlatti: 18 Sonates - Maria Tipo
Vivaldi - Cello Concerto in C minor RV.402
Vivaldi: Cello Concertos Vol.2
Clérambault - L'amour, guéri par l'amour: Air "Amour, sur un cœur trop fidélle"
Clérambault: Cantates Françaises
Byrd - Hughe Ashton's Ground
Byrd & Gibbons: Consort Musicke - Sweelinck: Fantasia