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Tabea Debus and Alon Sariel present Ohrwurm

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Some melodies just jump off the page, sticking in the mind for days on end. Rising early music stars Tabea Debus and Alon Sariel join together for a scintillating program of Ohrwürmer (or as we say in the United States, earworms)! This toe-tapping program features favorite tunes and dances from the Renaissance and Baroque. Enjoy works by J.S. Bach, Bertali, Carroubel, …

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$15

David Wilson: Fundamentals of the Baroque violin & viola (Sundays @ 5pm)

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In this five-part set of classes we will consider and practice the fundamental building blocks of playing the baroque violin and viola, and build on them to practice more advanced techniques. We will reacquaint ourselves with those primary principles and use them to solve technical problems in the baroque repertoire.  Pitch A=415 for all classes …

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$25

Anna Marsh (Sundays @ 3pm)

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October 4 The English Baroque: Music for bassoon and other bass instruments This class will study Stephen Paxton’s Solos for bassoon or cello.     A=415, intermediate level   Please download and print Sonatas 1 and 2. October 11 The Early Sonata: Bertoli Sonatas Part 2 This is a continuation of the Bertoli class given in …

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$25

Peter Maund (Sundays @ 1pm)

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We’ll explore the lively and lovely repertoire of 13th and 14th century instrumental dance music. All of the music is percussion-friendly and monophonic, allowing us to create accompaniments and our own additions to the repertoire. Some of the melodies require Intermediate+ capabilities, but participants can always try their hand at percussion. If a drum isn't …

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$25

Vicki Boeckman: Practice patterns and methods for the Baroque Repertoire

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Vicki’s class will encourage students to recognize and practice typical sequential patterns and melodic bits in various keys that can be applied to many Baroque sonatas. We will look at sonatas by Telemann, de Fesch, Handel and Barsanti. Alto and bass recorders will be used for this class, but the techniques will apply to any …

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$25

Alta capella Online Boot Camp

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The Indiana Early Double Reed Workshop (with Bob Wiemken and Joan Kimball) and Indiana Sackbut Workshop (with Adam Bregman) present: Alta capella Online Boot Camp A Two-Day Extravaganza to Whip Your Chops Back into Shape! Saturday, October 31 – Sunday, November 1 Main Topics: Technique: Back to basics Mensuration/proportion, solmization, mode Cantus, contra, tenor, si …

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$160

Adam Gilbert: Songs and Symbols That Know Each Other (Fridays @ 5pm)

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In each of these classes, participants are invited to sing and play music that reflects discoveries based on Adam Gilbert’s research. Music for each class will be provided as PDFs and on the screen.   Singers and instrumentalists are all welcome, though a few of the works no longer have their original text.  October 2 …

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$25
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