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(US) Mignarda and CDBaby

Contributed by Admin on Jan 27, 2011
To those who may be interested, we are trying a new idea - for us at least.  Responding to requests from our audiences, we have just posted a few singles of pieces that we frequently perform live but have not been included on our CDs.


(US) "Counterpoints Publishing LLC" and "The Countertenor Voice: An Online Journal"

Contributed by Admin on Jan 27, 2011
Coun­ter­points Pub­lish­ing LLC was formed to an­swer the ques­tion, “who does a coun­tertenor have to know to get his hands on some reper­toire?” While the coun­tertenor voice has ex­pe­ri­enced a well-de­served re­nais­sance since Al­fred Deller stepped out of the choir stalls at St. Paul’s Cathe­dral in Lon­don, much of the mu­sic from the coun­tertenor’s Baroque hey­day re­mains bound up in li­braries, in il­leg­i­ble or pro­hib­i­tively ex­pen­sive scores.


(US) "Bach’s Passions ­– Musical Language and Religious Contexts" Summer Course - Yale Institue of Sacred Music (2011 June 6-11)

Contributed by Admin on Jan 25, 2011
Bach’s Passions ­– Musical Language and Religious Contexts
June 6–10, 2011

In the course of its annual Summer Term, the Yale Institute of Sacred Music will offer a weeklong course on Johann Sebastian Bach’s Passions, taught by Yale faculty member Prof. Markus Rathey:

Johann Sebastian Bach’s St. John and St. Matthew Passions, considered cornerstones of the western classical music canon, form the culmination of his art as a composer of sacred music. The revival of Bach’s music in 19th century concert halls began with Mendelssohn’s performance of the St. Matthew Passion.


(US) La Guitarre Royalle -- Les Délices Ensemble (2011 February 12-13)

Contributed by Admin on Jan 25, 2011
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’ll highlight the astonishingly beautiful playing of Toronto-based lutenist Lucas Harris, whose poetic approach has been called “a revelation” (Le Devoir).


(NL) Simon Polak - Words on the The Ehrenfeld Early Flute Collection

Contributed by Admin on Jan 23, 2011
The Beukers, Tassi, Wijne, Kirst and Haka originals all are found in the Ehrenfeld collection, therefore some information about this collection and my relation with it here!

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