(FR) "Promenades en duo" vol. II - recorder/flûte à bec or/ou flute/ flûte traversière & guitar(e) / M. DEMAREZ et J. CASSIGNOL
New additions grace the Arpèges catalogue pages arranged by Jean Cassignol and Michel Démarez, “Promenades For Two Vol. 2”, a collection of six classical and romantic pieces for recorder (or flute or violin) & guitar. …
(From a recent Boston Early Music Festival newsletter)
“One of the most beloved artists in the world, viola da gamba virtuoso Jordi Savall makes his sixteenth appearance (in 23 years!) on the BEMF concert stage, on Friday, November 2, 2012, …
(FR) Ensemble Céladon - direction Paulin Bündgen Concert: "Perfida Beltà, un clair-obscur baroque" (14 Sep 2012)
Location: la Chapelle du Sacré-Coeur dans le 1er à Lyon FR
“Beautiful but cruel Italian ... They do not hesitate, in the 17th century, to make life difficult for their lovers! But they are not left out and reply with the same inflamed and dramatic tone, sublimating the melodies of Monteverdi, Carissimi or Frascobaldi, champions of chiaroscuro music, masters of the Baroque passions. With tragedy in its voice and magnified by its music: Baroque opera is being born!” …
(From a recent Texas Early Music Project newsletter)
“We've got an exciting season lined up for this year, including
- Music from the Tudors which won't be quite as salacious as the TV show,
- A return to haunting Sephardic music,
- Our beloved Christmas concerts,
- Spring concerts including Celtic and Troubadour music,
- And culminating in a concert of music composed by women, for women…
(From a recent Capilla Flamenca newsletter)
The new season takes us to some major stages
“Besides our annual presence at the Early Music Festival in Utrecht and the Festival van Vlaanderen Antwerpen, we created a special and exclusive programme for the Festival van Vlaanderen PLUS. For the fourth time Capilla Flamenca is invited to the Festival Voix et Route Romane in the Alsace, and in the autumn, …
CALL FOR PROPOSALS: ANALYSIS IN CONTEXT“The Analysis in Context series seeks to present outstanding research in which the domains of music analysis and music history are seen as fundamentally interdependent. Proposals that fall within this concept are welcome at any time. Both monographs and essay-collections, treating music of any type and from all periods, will be considered. …
(From a recent Unquiet Thoughts article)
“Jazz guitarists of today are not likely to consider themselves bearers of a long and lively tradition of improvisation that dates back more than 500 years. When reeling out riffs to a set of changes, one is not likely to consider …
(From a recent Parlement de Musique newsletter)
A reminder of the Le Parlement de Musique concert schedule during the final days of August’s festival season. If you are in the region, you may want to consider attending one of the following concerts (below):
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