Heironymous Bosch painted dark, frightening pictures of hell in the 15th century, with tortured souls suffering in agony. Dante used words rather than paint in his Divine Comedy. But he came up a similar picture of hell, along with the inscription "Abandon hope, all ye who enter here" on the gates. Composer Luigi Boccherini painted a lively, boisterous picture of hell, one that draws us in rather than sends us fleeing. No need to abandon hope in today's show. We'll hear Boccherini's "The Devil's House," from a concert by Mercury Baroque in Houston.