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    Odhecaton Music for the Duke of Lerma Regensburg Partbooks Order Form Create new account Create new account active tab Log in Request new password Username Spaces are allowed punctuation is not allowed except for periods hyphens apostrophes and underscores E mail address A valid e mail address All e mails from the system will be sent to this address The e mail address is not made public and will only

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    Workshop CityRecorder Amherst Early Music Festival Festival Registration Housing Registration Choral Workshop Dance Programs Percussion Recorders Baroque Academy Ensemble Singing Intensive Central Program Recorder Special Programs Instrument Exhibition Scholarships and Work Study Getting There Programs Voice Recorder Strings Keyboard Reeds Brass Early Notation Dance Blog Publications Odhecaton Music for the Duke of Lerma Regensburg Partbooks Order Form User login Create new account Log in active tab Request new password Username

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    Day Weekend Workshop CityRecorder Amherst Early Music Festival Festival Registration Housing Registration Choral Workshop Dance Programs Percussion Recorders Baroque Academy Ensemble Singing Intensive Central Program Recorder Special Programs Instrument Exhibition Scholarships and Work Study Getting There Programs Voice Recorder Strings Keyboard Reeds Brass Early Notation Dance Blog Publications Odhecaton Music for the Duke of Lerma Regensburg Partbooks Order Form Request new password Create new account Log in Request new password

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  • Welcome to Amherst Early Music's new blog! | Amherst Early Music
    Odhecaton Music for the Duke of Lerma Regensburg Partbooks Order Form Welcome to Amherst Early Music s new blog Submitted by Cathy 2 on Tue 09 14 2010 18 03 As we inch our way forward bringing the music of the past to the people of the present we thought we might as well start a blog We ll be using this format to post tidbits of news as they

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  • Summer Festival Preview: Instruments and Voices in 16th-Century Spain with Douglas Kirk | Amherst Early Music
    playing in spots in the liturgy instead of the organ or instead of the choir but never actually with the choir Or did they actually come down and play shoulder to shoulder with the singers during sections of the Ordinary of the Mass or during a psalm or the Magnificat at Vespers Catedral de Valladolid It is not clear that singers and instrumentalists played together at all in 16th century France and England This has made many suspicious of the idea that at the same time this very practice was expanding in Spain Until recently no strictly liturgical music has been found that was clearly copied for the use of instrumentalists That has now changed Padre López Calo found a Mass Ordinary by Cristóbal de Morales in the archive of the Cathedral of Valladolid with parts for instrumentalists And I have come across a Magnificat of Juan Navarro chapelmaster in Palencia a cathedral that was an early adopter of an instrumental band originally discovered by Santiago Kastner with verses intended for instrumentalists This intention is obvious by the lack of text in the sources and because of the fact that the notes were spaced too closely to have allowed text to have been added later And yet it is not likely that these works could have found use only by instrumentalists in some other context and they surely would not have been only played and not sung in the liturgy To me the conclusion is inescapable the Mass and the Magnificat were intended to be heard at least at some point in time with singers and instrumentalists performing together At the 2011 Amherst Early Music Festival we will present a concert that puts on stage a small choir of highly trained singers and a group of instrumentalists playing exactly the

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  • summer | Amherst Early Music
    Percussion Recorders Baroque Academy Ensemble Singing Intensive Central Program Recorder Special Programs Instrument Exhibition Scholarships and Work Study Getting There Programs Voice Recorder Strings Keyboard Reeds Brass Early Notation Dance Blog Publications Odhecaton Music for the Duke of Lerma Regensburg Partbooks Order Form summer Summer Festival Preview Instruments and Voices in 16th Century Spain with Douglas Kirk Submitted by Cathy 2 on Mon 11 01 2010 17 39 summer spain

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  • spain | Amherst Early Music
    Percussion Recorders Baroque Academy Ensemble Singing Intensive Central Program Recorder Special Programs Instrument Exhibition Scholarships and Work Study Getting There Programs Voice Recorder Strings Keyboard Reeds Brass Early Notation Dance Blog Publications Odhecaton Music for the Duke of Lerma Regensburg Partbooks Order Form spain Summer Festival Preview Instruments and Voices in 16th Century Spain with Douglas Kirk Submitted by Cathy 2 on Mon 11 01 2010 17 39 summer spain

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  • aemf | Amherst Early Music
    Ballo delle Ingrate from Baroque Academy to Bleecker Street Submitted by Alastair on Mon 05 07 2012 11 21 On June 3 rd the New York based Baroque company Musica Nuova will present Monteverdi s Il Ballo delle Ingrate in a production that originated at Amherst Early Music in 2002 Co creator Lawrence Rosenwald describes the origins of Ballo and previews the upcoming performance theater New York alumni aemf Read

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