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Donatella Galletti 's Lute Page A page about lute, with tablature by Alessia Aldobrandini and other unknown lutenists, with horoscopes of famous lutenists.

Ogden, Robert English counter-tenor. Biography, photos, audio clips and reviews.
Johann Sebastian Bach Detailed biography, covering each period in Bach's life.
La Serenissima Specialize in the music of Antonio Vivaldi and his contemporaries, bringing works seldom if ever heard to the concert platform. Information about their recordings, concert schedule, with reviews and biographies.
Rebours, Gérard Composer, researcher and performer on Renaissance and Baroque guitars; includes a profile, listing of performances, and details of his repertoire. Also a collection of some of his writings. [English and French]
Stradella: The Young Con (as) Artist Detailed biography and study of his music, courtesy of the Newberry Consort Repertoire at Chicago's Newberry Library. Discusses his various types of compositions as well as his sometimes roguish behavior.
Ternovec, Marco Maker of renaissance and baroque viola da gamba, lirone, lira da braccio, and violone. Information on the maker, catalog, and links.
The Global Bach Community An organization devoted to linking and supporting local Bach organizations worldwide.
Brown, Elizabeth Head of the Guitar and Lute program at Pacific Lutheran University, and a solo and ensemble performer on baroque guitar and lute; brief profile, and performance listing.
Texas Early Music Project Project in which University of Texas at Austin students work and perform with professionals, allowing students to explore repertoire normally out of their reach. Includes concert schedule, photos, volunteer opportunities, and a mailing list.
Denver (Colorado) Chapter, American Recorder Society For people with interests in early music, and baroque, renaissance and medieval instruments.
Centaur Records Independent label based in Louisiana, USA. Dedicated to building a community of those who love the Bach's pipe organ music. Includes biography, workshops, tributes, organ schools and purchase information, clip art, jokes, sheet music, recording and book sales, and links.
The Guitar in England Excerpts from "The Early Guitar: A History and Handbook" (James Tyler, OUP, 1980), describing the development of the vihuela, Renaissance and Baroque, and English guitars, with comments on tunings and playing techniques.
Bach Festival of Philadelphia 25-year-old festival of Baroque music.
Bouman, Hendrik Dutch harpsichordist, fortepianist and composer. Biography, compositions, discography, contact information.
Francois Campion :: Pieces for Baroque guitar in alternate tunings A collection of pieces by Francois Campion for Baroque guitar, in modern tablature; also notes on Campion's tunings.
Early Music Society of Victoria EMSV Australian Early music community group.
Lute - Anton Birula and Anna Kowalska Lute duet; includes information about players, music samples, and concert schedule.
Villavicencio's Recorder Page Professional recorder player Cesar Villavicencio, with information about the electronic recorder, baroque music, live-electronics, and improvisation.
Boaz Berney Historical Flutes Renaissance, Baroque and Romantic flutes modeled after originals in museums and in private collections.
Les Voix Humaines A duo performing early and contemporary music for violas da gamba. Site includes biographies, audio files, press reviews, tour dates, and contact information.
Folkers and Powell: Historical Flutes Makes copies of baroque, classical, and renaissance transverse flutes. Books, newsletter and research information.
Historical Brass Instruments ASW historical guide to brass instruments. A player's guide to rotary valve trumpets, cornets, serpents. Renaissance and baroque trumpets and sackbuts.
Giorgio Ferraris - Lute Performer As a guitarist he completed higher courses of specialization held by Oscar Ghiglia and Abel Carlevaro. In the following years he devoted himself to the study of the lute; he studied under the guidance of Orlando Cristoforetti and got his diploma...
Baroque Music Humorous introduction: styles, dates, musicians.
Handel at Adlington Hall Information about Handel's friendship with the Legh family and visits to their home, Adlington Hall, Cheshire. He also played Adlington Hall organ, built by Bernard "Father" Smith in 1670.
Geneveive Lacey Australian recorder virtuoso who performs music spanning nine centuries.
Van Zandt, David T. Photos of instruments for sale and links to other violin maker resources.
John Stanley: Six Concertos for Strings/Organ/Harpsichord. CD Full description of CD content, illustration, and music samples. Historic 1764 organ. Little Orchestra of London, Leslie Jones.


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