(CA) The Toronto Consort: A Spanish Christmas (9,10,11 dec 2011)

Contributed by Admin on Nov 28, 2011
“The Toronto Consort celebrates Christmas with a Latin flavour on December 9 and 10 at 8:00 pm and on December 11 at 3:30 pm with A Spanish Christmas at Trinity-St. Paul's Centre. One of the Consort’s most popular programs, variations on A Spanish Christmas have been performed every two seasons since 2007.

(BR) I Festival de Música Barroca de Alcântara (2-5 dec 2011)

Contributed by Admin on Nov 28, 2011
December 2-5 2011, church squares of Alcantara, Bacabeira and San Luis, Maranhão, become the stage for music and dance of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

(DE) Anton Höger: Lute Intavolations

Contributed by Admin on Nov 27, 2011

Anton Höger has made available his lute intavolations to those who are interested. Anton has been kind enough to make these available through downloads on the Mediafire website.

(FR) XVIII-21 Le Baroque Nomade: December Concert Listings

Contributed by Admin on Nov 25, 2011
Le Baroque Nomade ...

aims at finding other kinds of music :  music that is exotic or different ; music that is listened to in other ways, by other kinds of people. This pursuit sometimes involves violence, restrictions or confrontation. But it also makes way for an encounter, a fundamental, liberating passion.

December Concert Listings

(US) Folger Consort Concert: O Magnum Mysterium (9-18 dec 2011)

Contributed by Admin on Nov 25, 2011
Folger Consort celebrates the holidays with a rich treasury of Christmas music from 16th-century Spain. These spirited songs—including stunning works by Victoria, Morales, and Guerrero—offer a fresh and festive celebration of the season in the Folger's beautifully decorated theatre.

(US) Harmonia Early Music Podcast: "Harvest Season" By Laura Osterlund (20 nov 2011)

Contributed by Admin on Nov 25, 2011
“For our first course of this musical feast, we’ve assembled merchants from 17th-century London. The voices of merchants hawking their wares served as the inspiration for a generation of English composers and formed the basis for a genre of works now known as the cries.

(US) Instrument Collection Available for Sale

Contributed by allinsts on Nov 24, 2011
Reminder that the S. Glickman Collection of Early Istruments is for sale. You may visit the website and view the many musical instruments still available for sale. Visit the  website for more information.

(US) CFP: AMS South-Central Chapter, Union Univ., Jackson, Mar 2012 (Deadline: 07 jan 2012)

Contributed by Admin on Nov 24, 2011

Call for Papers: Annual Meeting of the South-Central Chapter of the American Musicological Society, March 2-3, 2012.

Deadline for Submissions: Saturday, January 7, 2012.

The South-Central Chapter of the American Musicological Society (AMS-SC) is pleased to announce its 2012 Annual Meeting, to be hosted by Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. The meeting will begin on the morning of Friday, March 2, and will conclude by noon on Saturday, March 3. Proposals for presentations, special sessions, papers with a performance component, and panel discussions are solicited on any topic related to historical musicology.


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