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(AT) Renaissance Day at Ambras Castle (August 15, 2008)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 22, 2008
In conjunction with the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music 2008" -- Renaissance Day at Ambras Castle

Entertainers, stilt-walkers in fancy-dress and music for big and little Festwochen-Fans. Free entrance.

Visit Innsbruck Festival of Early Music website for more information. 

(AT) Symposium (August 11, 2008)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 22, 2008
In conjunction with the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music 2008.

"Die Moral von der Geschicht" - the oratorio in the 17th Century René Jacobs and international music scholars In conversation with the audience.  Free entrance.

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(AT) Innsbruck Festival of Early Music (August 7-24, 2008)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 22, 2008
The Age of Miracles
The 32nd Innsbruck Festival of Early Music 2008 focuses o­n Handel’s Belshazzar und further oratorio works.

The Old Testament, the text central to two world religions, relates of a mythical age when God intervened physically and by means of omens in human lives – the Age of Miracles. These biblical stories of revelation together with selected legends of the Saints furnished the Baroque period with ideal material for its preoccupation with the concept of pathos. Italy was the birthplace of a new, religious counterpart to opera which was then perfected in Rome: the oratorio. Three works based o­n biblical themes are at the centre of the 32nd Innsbruck Festival 2008 – two of them as staged productions. ...


(AT) International Summer Academy for Early Music (July 27 - August 2, 2008)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 22, 2008
"Graz (Austria), July 27 to August 2, 2008
This is the second International Academy for Early Music which will be organized by the Institute of Early Music and Performance Practice of the University of Music and Dramatic Arts Graz (KUG) this summer.

It will offer a broad selection of master courses, a variety of chamber music with various instruments and additional courses for professional musicians, students and highly advanced amateurs. All courses may also be attended passively. ...

(US) Claremont Colleges' Rare Musical Instrument Collection Is Sold

Contributed by Admin on Apr 22, 2008
"By Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer April 21, 2008

For lovers of rare musical instruments, the Fiske Museum at the Claremont Colleges long has been an astonishing if somewhat mysterious collection.

Its 1,200 instruments from around the world include an 18th century Italian mandolin, unusual over-the-shoulder military brasses from the Civil War era, a gourd fiddle from Africa and a 9-foot-long temple trumpet from Tibet. ...

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