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Cellist David Watkin On The Art Of Continuo Playing

For a while now I have been looking for ways to help musicians develop the kind of musical understanding which might help them in non-solo repertoire, and this has led to a number of questions.

Source: The Strad. Published: April 18, 2017.

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Musicologist Revives Dance In French Baroque Opera

When the Boston Early Music Festival needed advice on how to revive the French Baroque opera Le Carnaval de Venise for its 2017 season, the artistic directors turned to Cornell musicologist Rebecca Harris-Warrick.

Source: Cornell Chronicle. Published: March 7, 2017.

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EMA Announces 2017 Annual Award Recipients

EMA is very pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 EMA Annual Awards. The winners will be honored at EMA’s Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony on Friday, June 16, 4:30 pm in Boston, MA.

Source: Early Music America. Published: February 23, 2017.

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Early Music Titan George Houle Has Died At 89

Houle built the early-music program at Stanford University and guided several generations of performers and scholars. He believed it was necessary to understand the rhythms of Renaissance and Baroque dances in order to play them well.

Source: Early Music America. Published: February 13, 2017.

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