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(FR) Skip Sempé, Harpsichord

Contributed by Admin on Jun 03, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

 "Skip Sempé, virtuoso harpsichordist and founder of Capriccio Stravagante, is at the forefront of today's musical personalities in Renaissance and Baroque music.
  


(CH) Ensemble Peregrina

Contributed by Admin on Jun 01, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

Ensemble Peregrina, founded in 1997 researches and performs sacred and secular music from twelfth to fourteenth century Europe.
  


(BE) Marco Ternovec (Renaissance & Baroque Viola da Gamba Bowed Instruments for Early Music Early Bows)

Contributed by Admin on May 30, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

“I was born in Italy where I had specialized in historical building of Renaissance and Baroque viole da gamba as well as Medieval instruments since 1983. In 1994 I moved my atelier to Belgium where I'm currently living. I have also extended my research for reconstruction and reproduction of baroque cellos using not only a baroque set up but also baroque way of building them.
  

(SE) Gothenburg International Organ Academy: The British Organ in the 19th Century (2011 September 15-18)

Contributed by Admin on May 29, 2011
This year, the organ academy will have access to the best English organs of Gothenburg, specifically the Willis organ in Örgryte New Church and the newly installed Walker organ in Christ the King Catholic Church.
  

(US) Ex cathedra Records (Early Music Foundation - EMF)

Contributed by Admin on May 28, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

Ex cathedra Records, part of Early Music Foundation, New York.

Early Music Foundation consists of a primary performing enterprise, EARLY MUSIC NEW YORK - FREDERICK RENZ, DIRECTOR, and a recording label, Ex cathedra Records. The EMF also serves as a not-for-profit umbrella for its associate projects: New York Early Music Celebration, Parthenia- A Consort of Viols, and an online early music events calendar, Polyphony.com.
  

(NL) Petr Wagner, Viola da Gamba

Contributed by Admin on May 27, 2011

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“Born in Prague, Petr Wagner studied cello at the Prague Conservatoire with Josef Chuchro. This was followed by studies in musicology at the Charles‘ University in Prague and at the Royal Holloway University of London. There he was introduced to viola da gamba by Richard Boothby, later continuing with Jaap ter Linden at the Akademie für alte Musik Dresden.


(IT) Luca de Paolis Recorders

Contributed by Admin on May 26, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

Luca de Paolis, holds a degree in musicology with honours from the Bologna University, moreover he specialized in musical paleography from the Renaissance Institute in Rome. He has studied recorder with Paolo Capirci and kees Boeke.
  


(FR) L'atelier du Clavecin -- Laurent Soumagnac Builder and Restorer of Harpsichords

Contributed by Admin on May 25, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

Since 1975, Laurent Soumagnac builder and restorer of harpsichords, passionate for his craft. This passion for "l'art du geste" leads to national award in 2004 "Restoration et Conservation" of the Société d'Encouragement aux Métiers d'Arts.
  


(US) NewOlde.com

Contributed by Admin on May 24, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

NewOlde.com has arisen from a personal housekeeping project. To improve the accessibility of early music resources, I decided to organize interesting material in web format for my personal intranet. As the pages began to take shape, I realized that others might find them helpful and posted the results to date on the Internet.
 


(CA) Baptiste Romain (Medieval fiddle, renaissance violin, bagpipes)

Contributed by Admin on May 23, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

After studies in violin and composition at the Conservatoire National de Région in Rueil-Malmaison, Baptiste Romain went on to specialize in Medieval and Renaissance music, studying medieval fiddle, ancient bagpipes, and voice.
 

(DE) Raumklang, Music Label

Contributed by Admin on May 22, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

If you have not done so yet, you may be interested in visiting the  Raumklang, Music Label web pages and browsing their catalogue of available early music CD’s or list of available mp3’s.
 


(BE) Les Amis du Clavecin

Contributed by Admin on May 20, 2011

EarlyMusicNews.org Weblinks Revisited

Les Amis du Clavecin (The Friends of the Harpsichord) is an association founded in 1991 by the Belgian harpsichordist Betty Bruylants. Its purpose is to foster people's knowledge and love of the harpsichord, an instrument which was extremely important in the history of western music for over three centuries.
 
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