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Early Music Today Magazine Sept - Nov 2013 Back Issue

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In this bumper 20th anniversary edition, EMT takes a look at how the early music industry has changed over the past 20 years by talking to some of the industry’s leading figures. We also talk to Masaaki Suzuki as his BCJ cantata project comes to an end, have a chat with Adrian Butterfield about his upcoming projects, get some top tips from Lynda Sayce on playing the lute, and take a closer look at John Dowland in his anniversary year. Plus, we give you the chance to win a lute specially made for EMT, the complete BCJ Bach series on CD, and tickets to see Les Talens Lyriques at Wigmore Hall.
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Early Music Today

Sept - Nov 2013 In this bumper 20th anniversary edition, EMT takes a look at how the early music industry has changed over the past 20 years by talking to some of the industry’s leading figures. We also talk to Masaaki Suzuki as his BCJ cantata project comes to an end, have a chat with Adrian Butterfield about his upcoming projects, get some top tips from Lynda Sayce on playing the lute, and take a closer look at John Dowland in his anniversary year. Plus, we give you the chance to win a lute specially made for EMT, the complete BCJ Bach series on CD, and tickets to see Les Talens Lyriques at Wigmore Hall.


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In this bumper 20th anniversary edition, EMT takes a look at how the early music industry has changed over the past 20 years by talking to some of the industry’s leading figures. We also talk to Masaaki Suzuki as his BCJ cantata project comes to an end, have a chat with Adrian Butterfield about his upcoming projects, get some top tips from Lynda Sayce on playing the lute, and take a closer look at John Dowland in his anniversary year. Plus, we give you the chance to win a lute specially made for EMT, the complete BCJ Bach series on CD, and tickets to see Les Talens Lyriques at Wigmore Hall.
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