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Early Music Today Magazine

(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 4 issues per year Early Music Today is the UK’s leading magazine devoted to performers and enthusiasts of early music.

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Early Music Today  |  Dec 2016 - Feb 2017  


Sir John Eliot Gardiner takes Monteverdi’s three surviving operas around the world for a cycle of meticulously conceived concert performances; Adrian Chandler introduces La Serenissima’s grand musical tour of Italy at St John’s Smith Square; and the Brabant Ensemble’s Stephen Rice discusses Pierre de la Rue.

Plus, BBC Radio 3’s Lucie Skeaping wishes happy birthday to Lotti and Campion; the Tallis Scholars on recording all of Josquin des Prés’s 18 masses; choral director Stephen Layton celebrates a plethora of milestones this December; the fundamentals of playing the early harp; the Dunedin Consort’s John Butt; recorder consort Palisander; early music festivals, courses and performances this winter; and your chance to WIN Gesualdo’s searing madrigals on CD!
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Love this mag, really insightful pieces on the most beautiful of all music genres.
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Early Music Today   |   Dec 2016 - Feb 2017   


Sir John Eliot Gardiner takes Monteverdi’s three surviving operas around the world for a cycle of meticulously conceived concert performances; Adrian Chandler introduces La Serenissima’s grand musical tour of Italy at St John’s Smith Square; and the Brabant Ensemble’s Stephen Rice discusses Pierre de la Rue.

Plus, BBC Radio 3’s Lucie Skeaping wishes happy birthday to Lotti and Campion; the Tallis Scholars on recording all of Josquin des Prés’s 18 masses; choral director Stephen Layton celebrates a plethora of milestones this December; the fundamentals of playing the early harp; the Dunedin Consort’s John Butt; recorder consort Palisander; early music festivals, courses and performances this winter; and your chance to WIN Gesualdo’s searing madrigals on CD!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Early Music Today magazine print subscription.
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