Enjoying the Ride with Countertenor John Holiday
How Did Early Music Get So ‘Crispy’?
By Addi Liu
Like playing bingo, you can find “crisp” in countless early-music reviews, although such a term isn’t found in the historical record. Are musicians looking for uniformly “crisp” playing while neglecting other sonic possibilities? What’s going on here?
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Girl Just Wanna Have Fun
By Aaron Keebaugh
With pop-star flair, violinist Aisslinn Nosky has shown vitality across her career. For her latest high-profile project, a complete Mozart violin concerto cycle, she traveled through rarely performed Haydn—an unusual journey for most violinists, but in perfect keeping with the H&H approach.
William Christie on the American Scene
Exploring Music Across the Colonial Americas
Art of the Amateur: A Computer Programmer Uploads a Lifetime of Renaissance Music
Canto: Imagine East and West in Song
By Wanda Yang Temko
Allowing ourselves to explore different aural palettes enriches us. When we learn about and understand different cultures with open hearts and minds, we begin to appreciate one another.
Included in the Full Issue
- William Christie on the American Scene by Thomas May
- Raising the Bar: Handel & Haydn in Transition by Aaron Keebaugh
- Exploring Music Across the Colonial Americas by Sophie Genevieve Lowe
- Ancient China and the T’ang Imperial Orchestras by Bo Lawergren
- From the Editor: Music That Connects Us
- From the Executive Director: More Than A Magazine
- EMA Courant – News from Around the Early Music Community
- CD & Book Reviews
- EMAg Puzzle by Joshua Kosman
- Musings: The Good Old Days are Back by Thomas Forrest Kelly