This blog will primarily focus on the largely forgotten pioneers of the Early Music movement. With original research; interviews; video content and sound files from LPs, 78 rpm discs & private recordings. You can play a part, through crowdsourcing!
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- Raymond Russell, collector, harpsichordist, author, and the man behind the famous instrument collection.
- The London Consort of Viols, a semi-official BBC team
- Jos van Immerseel: The shock of the old
- Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Gustav Leonhardt, a musical friendship of more than 60 years
- Balkan voices and medieval music in the work of Michael Morrow and Musica Reservata
- A 1718 bass viol, a viola d’amore and a Kirkman harpsichord in regular concert use in 1906, and not a Dolmetsch in sight!
- A nineteenth-century harpsichord promoter, with a famous music collection, who had dealings with Arnold Dolmetsch, Part 2
- A nineteenth-century harpsichord promoter, with a famous music collection, who had dealings with Arnold Dolmetsch, Part 1
- Desmond Dupré, lutenist to Alfred Deller, and much more besides.
- Arnold Dolmetsch’s competitors in 1904on Jun 5, 2015 in UncategorizedThe Chaplin Trio, in Berlin in 1899. By kind permission of the Universitätsbibliothek Johann Christian Senckenberg, Frankfurt (S36_F08369) By Guest Blogger: Mandy Macdonald Read any nineteenth-century English novel, from Jane Austen through Dickens...