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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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   French Baroque Lute Preview Go
Welcome to the web abode of Louis Pernot, baroque lute musician. Louis, who has been playing lute since he was thirteen, is one of the best lute musicians in the world. He is about to release a worldwide first-- the recording of the Book of Perrine, a seventeenth-century masterpiece.
   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
   the Mickeys: Celtic Gaelic Irish Scot Music Akron Ohio Preview Go
The official website of Akron's favorite Irish band, the Mickeys!


   flauto traverso moderno e barocco Preview Go
Andrea Ortu, modern and baroque flute, show his own ensemble: trio dell'Isola, baroque trio Settecento Italiano and Time Bandits, duo flute and keyboards
   Les Voix Humaines Preview Go
Violas da gamba duette which performs early and contemporary music. Susie Napper and Margaret Little have been thrilling audiences with their performances of exotic masterpieces of the 17th and 18th centuries for over fifteen years.






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