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A sampling from our Member Sites(s) Use the link above to review/visit
Constance Barrett, Cello
Cellist Constance Barrett performs an eclectic variety of music to make the most important occasions beautiful, tasteful, and memorable. With her network of highly skilled and like-minded musicians, you will be delighted with how smoothly your events go.
The Leschetizky Society of Japan
The Leschetizky Society was founded in 1991, with the aim of helping young musicians to further develop their talent, gain performing experience and provide an environment for stimulation of musical imagination. Activities include regular monthly meetings for performance and discussion, Masterclasses, Salon Concerts and Summer Seminars. Our founding patron was Mieczyslaw Horszowski,
Robert Kelley's Music Website
Robert Kelley is a music theorist, composer, pianist, and harpsichordist, and his website is devoted to providing resources for practicing classical musicians, musicologists, theorists, composers, and students. Also included are MIDI samples of Robert Kelley's compositions, and his work in Java programming.
David Yardley, countertenor and composer, new medieval
David Yardley is a highly regarded countertenor and composer, specialising in medieval, renaissance and baroque music. He regularly performs early music as a soloist and in chamber ensembles such as The Pocket Score Company. He has recently recorded a CD of new music written to authentic medieval carol texts ("New carols and songs for Chaucer's pilgrims"). Extensive samples of performances and compositions are available on David's website, as well as free use arrangements of Renaissance dance (Playford, Arbeau etc.)
Part 1 of Chapter 2 of my PhD thesis on Wagner and William Morris - with links to info about Morris
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