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Early Music Network includes sites that provide information and services about early music (Baroque, Renaissance, Medieval, Classical, Celtic) and historical performance all over the world. With membership of over 100 groups and individual musicians (and growing), EMN provides valuable support to early music community. Featured services include earlyMusic.net Radio, free artist web site hosting, and much more!

 

 

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   Bradley Lehman Preview Go
Professional harpsichordist. Web site includes harpsichord resources, a keyboard temperament spreadsheet, essays, sample recordings, and more.
   Dangerous Graces Preview Go
This site is a collaboration between Laurie Stras and the ensemble Musica Secreta. The project was set up to experiment with repertoire and performance practices associated with Parma and Ferrara during the 1560s, 70s and 80s. The site contains: historical information on musicians, poets and courtiers; playable and downloadable scores; soundfiles from the forthcoming CD, and text
   Renaissance music Preview Go
Dozens of MIDI files! Scores and parts (from 1 to 8 parts)! Learning Renaissance notation (transcriptions from facsimiles); Playing recorders... and much more!


   Pedro Persone, harpsichordist & fortepianist Preview Go
Pedro Persone, harpsichordist & fortepianist. Release, discography, recitals, comments, etc.
   New Trinity Baroque Preview Go
Hailed by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as "one of Atlanta's most prized ensembles" New Trinity Baroque is recognized as one of USA's leading baroque orchestras and early music ensembles. The group is led jointly by its founder, Predrag Gosta, who is New Trinity Baroque's artistic director, and baroque violinist, John Holloway, as the music director.






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