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The Early Music Web Ring is a confederation of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque Era Music Web sites on various topics of music performance, history, theory, and similar subject matter.
 

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   Olve Utne's Early Music Site Preview Go
Baroque violin/viola player, Scandinavian fiddle player, musicologist, music teacher and linguist Olve Utne's Early Music resource site focusses on historic performance practice of classical and traditional music from Europe, including Hebrew and Castilian (Spanish) historic phonology/pronunciation.
   Online Guide To Requiem Preview Go
Website devote to requiem mass music, including history of the mass, the musical developement of requiem mass, lyrics, recommend recording review, links.....
   The Harpsichord Player Preview Go
Information about Australian harpsichordist, Rebecca Smith. Includes mp3 music samples, biography and information about her instruments.


   Texas Early Music Preview Go
Early Music Organizations and Events in Texas
   Early Music Vincent Ho Preview Go
Early music and instruments, including soundfiles of performing on harpsichords and clavichords. Also including a table and pictures of the author's early music instruments collection, from medieval psalteries to renaissance recorders.
   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.
   An Oboe Site of Prof. Juozas Rimas Preview Go
Prof. Juozas Rimas (Lithuania): information and free Baroque and classical oboe music files.
   Longing for Silence Preview Go
Gregorian Chant on CD is still popular. Some of the tunes recorded from the Benedictine monks choir of Santo Domingo de Silos in the nineties even made it in the Pop charts. Does that mean there is an new enthusiasm for religion or, more particular, Christianity? A radio script in German.
   The Pipe and Tabor Compendium Preview Go
A series of draft essays and pictures of the history and uses of the pipe and tabor from earliest times onwards. The original one-man band. Original research combined with links to sources from around the Web from all kinds of other specialist areas; linked to The Taborers Society. Currently being redeveloped; new research from players, makers, researchers and admirers are added every month.
   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!






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