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(US) Square Piano Tech -- A Resource for the 18th and 19th Century Square Pianos (New Website)

Contributed by Admin on May 02, 2011

A dedicated resource guide for the restoration enthusiast who is looking for information on restoring the early square piano!
 


(US) Newly Published at Organ Historical Society (OHS)

Contributed by Admin on May 02, 2011
The Organ Historical Society publishes books, a quarterly journal, an annual study of organs by locale, and also produces sound recordings on CD.
 

(US) "Siren Song: Sephardic Songs of Fantasy and Love:" (Texas Early Music Project (TEMP) concert) (2011 May 7)

Contributed by Admin on May 01, 2011

This sensual and exotic music illuminates the lives of Sephardic Jews after their expulsion from Spain.
 


(US) Austin Chapter of the American Recorder Society Workshop (2011 May 7)

Contributed by Admin on May 01, 2011
The May workshop will explore and focus on two beautiful textless music sources from the early 16th century, which include the full bandwidth of early 16th century secular polyphonic musical expression: from languid songs and teasing folk ditties, to purely instrumentally-conceived pieces and virtuosic compositions.
 

(US) Anne Sofie von Otter, Wigmore Hall (Opera Today, Claire Seymour-Review) (2011 April 29)

Contributed by Admin on May 01, 2011
For the second time in a matter of just a few weeks, the Wigmore Hall audience were treated to an evening of seventeenth-century song and dance.
 

(US) Handel’s Harp with Maxine Eilander (Harmonia Episode -Recording) (2011 September 20)

Contributed by Admin on May 01, 2011
Handel’s harp music with Maxine Eilander, the Toronto Consort and Elizabethan England, and More Hispano explores Spanish and Italian Renaissance improvisation.


(UK) The Dream of Gerontius -- Elgar (Musick Fyne and Coronach Concert) (2011 May 14)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 30, 2011
Musick Fyne will be taking the role of the semi-chorus in the Inverness Choral Society's performance of Elgar's epic masterpiece


(US) Martin Carthy, folk music and lute songs (Post on "Unquiet Thoughts --Mignarda's musings on lutes and lute songs in the 21st century" blog)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 30, 2011
Featuring a discussion about Martin Carthy may seem like a stretch for devotees of early music, since his style is generally considered to fall into the category of ‘folk’ rather than ‘art’ music.  But we attempt to keep our eyes and ears open to intelligent insights that filter into our collective consciousness from any quarter.
 

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