A wonderful harmony of perfection
Practice of Italian organ-harpsichord continuo origins in the early eighteenth century
The book offers a rational framework of documentary material relating to the practice of the basso continuo in Italy, from its origins to the early eighteenth century.
An examination of musical institutions at Versailles from Louis XIV to Louis XVI.
“… Music is mainly the “Musique de la Chapelle”,“Musique de la Chambre“ and the Grande Ecurie, divisions of the Chapelle, the Chambre and the Ecurie. Each of these musical departments tasks are theoretically different but it is not uncommon for musicians from one are required to complete the complement of another. We will briefly examine each of these groups. …“
In cooperation with the Lute Society of America, Inc.
The Lute Society of America is pleased to return to the West Coast, and co-present this Workshop with Early Music Vancouver.
(US) Retrospective: Early Music America Competition Winners, part 1 and part 2 -- Harmonia Mundi Early Music
The focus of its publications lies in "source-works" from Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Early Modern period. By this is meant critical editions of original texts and documents in their original language, reference works such as encyclopaedias, handbooks and bibliographies, as well as monograph studies and cutting-edge research.
(FR) "Famille Bach" et "Méditerranée sacrée" (LE Choeur de Chambre Les Éléments) -- Concerts (2011 April 21 and 22)
La famille BACH, Les Motets
Le Choeur de Chambre Les Éléments and Ensemble Jacques Moderne – Joel Suhubiette, conductor
Culmination of the double chorus repertoire from the Baroque period, the Motets of JS Bach is a work of confounding richness, virtuosity and beauty .
Thursday, April 21, 2011 at 21h, Odyssud, Blagnac
Reminder that the Italian Journal of Musicology has a new publisher, the Italian Music Library ( LIM ). The current version is larger than usual as it consolidates the 2008-2010 journal articles. The journal is available to members of the SIdM (Società Italiana di Musicologia).
(FR) "Miserere a dùo" and "El Diablo mudo - Escena del auto sacramental" José de Nebra (1751) -- Les Passions (2011 May 22)
Spanish Baroque Music: José de Nebra (1672-1748 )
Eglise Saint-Aubin de Toulouse
Specializing in the restoration and the rediscovery of the major works of the Spanish Eighteenth century, Los Musicos de su Alteza present this enigmatic work which the composition date is unknown.
(US) Steve Ross, Ann Monoyios and the Four Nations Ensemble ~ Brushe up Thy Shakespeare (2011 April 20-21)
for Baroque Lute
Adam Franz Ginter: Life and Works edited by Michael Treder
Adam Franz Ginter (1661 ? 1706), a colorful character, has been one of the few castrato sopranos of Austrian origin, working in the court chappel (Vienna).
A reminder from the BEMF:Great seats are still available for two extraordinary operas at the 2011 Boston Early Music Festival. Don't miss out. BEMF Opera productions consistently sell out.
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