‘There’s nothing like a good bass-line!’- the role of a continuo player in Baroque music

‘There’s nothing like a good bass-line!’- the role of a continuo player in Baroque music

Cellist of the CBSO Baroque Ensemble Jackie Tyler MBE shares her insights on the role of a continuo player, as well as how working with wind players and her Baroque ...
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The Strad
‘They deserve a place in history’: music teacher makes map of female composers

‘They deserve a place in history’: music teacher makes map of female composers

Interactive tool features more than 500 women who are often forgotten in the classical music world ...
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The Guardian
Demystifying the Dazzling Variety of Historical Bows and How to Find the Right One

Demystifying the Dazzling Variety of Historical Bows and How to Find the Right One

Understanding the history of bows will help guide you in your quest for just the right style of bow for you, and you might find it worth your while to ...
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Strings Magazine
Reconstructing a 12th-century pipe organ discovered in the Holy Land

Reconstructing a 12th-century pipe organ discovered in the Holy Land

This is the oldest example of a pipe organ ever discovered, and it's in excellent condition ...
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Aleteia
Beyond Bach: 12 tips for better Baroque playing

Beyond Bach: 12 tips for better Baroque playing

A thorough knowledge of Baroque repertoire apart from the works of Bach is so important if modern players are to gain a proper understanding of Classical and Romantic works ...
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The Strad

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