A week of intensive exchange and music-making
The international seminar of early music in Wallonie offers musicians the possibility of deepening all facets of their musical skills.
Newly published titles from DanceBooks:
“Apologie de la danse”
A transcription of the original French text of the 1623 manual on dance technique and etiquette, with full English translation. Among the dances covered are the Bransle, Gaillarde, Capriole, Gavotte, and Courante. Hardback cloth binding, no dustwrapper.
In response to the commemoration of the fall of the Berlin Wall, Les Passions, Orchestre Baroque take us to Potsdam, specifically at Sans Souci, the residence of Frederick II of Prussia.
Over the weekend of March 19 -21, 2010, Grammy nominated lutenist and teacher Ronn McFarlane will conduct a seminar for lute players in Washington D. C. The seminar will include concerts of Elizabethan lute music and new compositions by Ronn McFarlane, plus master classes and private lessons, and a lecture on early Italian lute music.
Voices of Music announce the release of their latest CD: “Concerto Barocco: Baroque Concertos”.
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