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(US) Ton Koopman speaks - BWV 106 - Actus Tragicus

Contributed by Admin on Jul 05, 2011
Ton Koopman speaks on Bach cantatas and Mr. Koopman’s interpretation of the reasons behind Bach’s strategy of the number of authored cantatas. He also goes on to explain the choice of pitch, instrumentation and performance practice of the day of the cantatas.
  

(US) Recorder Maintenance and Cleaning

Contributed by Admin on Jul 04, 2011
Recently discussed on a recorder mailing list, removing mould buildup from recorders and general maintenance tips on cleaning recorders:“Microbiological Issues in Recorder Playing and Mantenance” (Author: Paolo Faeti).
  

(HU) Anikó Horváth, Harpsichordist

Contributed by Admin on Jul 04, 2011

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“Anikó Horváth was born in Győr, Hungary, and prepared for a pianist career ever since her childhood. She graduated as a pianist from the Ferenc Liszt Academy of Music in 1972; her professor was István Antal. Simultaneously with studying the piano, she started to play the harpsichord with János Sebestyén.


(US) Artis Wodehouse plays 1864 American Melodeon

Contributed by Admin on Jul 04, 2011
“Recorded on June 18, 2011 at a Boston Early Music Festival Fringe Concert, Beacon Hill Friends Meeting House using a Flip Video camera. Artis Wodehouse plays Charles Zeuner's Fantasy and Fugue in F from ca. 1830 on her 1864 Treat & Davis American melodeon.
  

(DK) 18th Annual Pipe Organ Tour (2011 August 3-12)

Contributed by Admin on Jul 04, 2011

Historic Organ Study Tours (HOST)announces a summertime organ tour to Denmark

For our 18th annual tour of historic European organs, HOST is pleased to offer a tour in beautiful Denmark, extending from Copenhagen and Helsingør on the east coast of the island of Zealand to Flensburg on the border with Germany in Jutland in the west.    
  

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