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(BE) outhere Music CD release: Project HAYDN 2032 – vol. 2

Contributed by admin on Apr 24, 2015

"For this second volume in the Haydn 2032 project, the complete recording of his symphonies, Giovanni Antonini has chosen to put forward the Symphony Der Philosoph. He associates with it a symphony by Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, eldest son of the Kantor of Leipzig, who is generally considered the most gifted of his sons.  ...


(US) Boston Early Music Festival -- updates (June 7-14, 2015)

Contributed by admin on Apr 24, 2015

The Boston Early Music Festival (BEMF) preparations are now in full swing. If you have never been to the BEMF,  and are in the region, you may want to take a look at the concert list for the week as well as other events associated with the festival most notably ...


(US) MIT Technology Review: What Makes a Violin Powerful (Jennifer Chu, April 21, 2015)

Contributed by admin on Apr 24, 2015

"Some of the most prized violins in the world were crafted in the Italian workshops of Amati, Stradivari, and Guarneri—master violin-making families from the 17th and 18th centuries, who produced increasingly powerful instruments.  ...


(US) MIT Technology Review: What Makes a Violin Powerful (Jennifer Chu, April 21, 2015)

Contributed by admin on Apr 24, 2015

"Some of the most prized violins in the world were crafted in the Italian workshops of Amati, Stradivari, and Guarneri—master violin-making families from the 17th and 18th centuries, who produced increasingly powerful instruments.  ...



(IT) Libreria Musicale Italiana

Contributed by admin on Apr 10, 2015

(From a recent newsletter item from Libreria Musicale Italiana)

 For those of you who are interested, Libreria Musicale Italiana (LIM)  has a selection of hard to find volumes offered at a special price inclusive of shipping. ...


(BE) Festival van Vlaanderen-Mechelen (25 Apr - 17 May 2015)

Contributed by admin on Apr 06, 2015

"Classical music festival with each spring the vocal feast Mechelen hoort Stemmen and an autumn concert series Festival van Vlaanderen-Mechelen/Kempen throughout the province of Antwerp. ..."


(US) " Making Homes for the Arts in Sacred Places" (Faith and Leadership E-zine, 10 March 2015)

Contributed by admin on Apr 05, 2015

"Arts groups need their space, and many older churches have plenty to spare. In a win-win for everyone, a Philadelphia nonprofit is pairing up theater, dance, music and other arts groups with congregations that have underused space. ...


(FR) Lutenist Miguel Yisrael Launches "Le Luth Doré®"

Contributed by admin on Apr 05, 2015

(From a recent news release from Miguel Yisrael)

"REUTERS AGENCY - Paris (March 31, 2015) – Critics have referred to Miguel Yisrael (www.miguelyisrael.com) as « the prince of the lute » but in the months ahead he may become better known as a modern musical Henry Ford for making good on a life long dream to ensure and enhance global access to and playing of beloved, ancient instruments, starting with the lute. ...


(FR) Pablo de Sarasate : Zigeunerweisen - Gipys airs - Airs bohemiens op. 20 - for treble (alto) recorder in F

Contributed by admin on Apr 05, 2015

(From a recent newsletter from Jean Cassignol)

Pablo de Sarasate (1844-1908)
Zigeunerweisen - Gipys airs - Airs bohémiens op. 20
Adaptation for treble (alto) recorder in F
Free page sample on request

Transverse flute players are well ahead of recorder players concerning the transcription of virtuosic pieces...


(US) Saturday Morning Quotes 4.47: Class in Ssession (April 4, 2015)

Contributed by admin on Apr 05, 2015

(From the latest of blog postings at Unquiet Thoughts)

"Let’s not mince words: Early music bears NO ancestral relationship to what today’s historians and hype-merchants market as “classical” music. 

Early music was always functional music of some sort, whether composed for devotional or liturgical purposes, social dancing, entertainment for wealthy patrons, as a domestic pastime, as a theoretical exercise, or as the common indulgence in the craft of converting clever poetry into song.  ...

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