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Your search for "baroque" found 93 items:

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  • American Baroque: Spectacular Baroque and Classical chamber music
  • Alex McCartney: Reflective, historically-informed performance on the lute
  • Aryeh Frankfurter: Timeless and enchanting folk music for the soul
  • The Bach Players: baroque instrumental and vocal gems
  • Barbepeste Official Orchestra: Ahoy and shiver your timbers to some Irish World music with a smattering of pirates
  • Bach Collegium San Diego: Bach, historically informed, vibrantly performed
  • Paul Beier: solo lute of the Italian renaissance.
  • Duo de Bois: exquisite chamber music
  • Canconier: Medieval music from the 12th to the 15th centuries
  • Seth Carlin: fortepiano music from the early 1800s
  • Colin Booth: solo harpsichord music
  • Commusicare: musical conversation from the Renaissance to the Baroque
  • Chambure Vihuela Quartet: Dance music and songs of Renaissance Spain
  • Da Camera: Celtic Renaissance/Baroque Ensemble
  • Kourosh Dini: minimalist piano with slashes of ambient electronics
  • Daniel Shoskes: A feast of Baroque lute
  • English Ayres: traditional early English music
  • Ensemble Carpe Diem: Early music featuring Italian affetti from Switzerland
  • James Edwards: baroque guitar music
  • Ensemble Electra: electrifying music from the Italian Baroque
  • Erik Ask Upmark: Scandinavian music on the Celtic harp
  • Eric Zivian: virtuoso fortepianist plays Chopin
  • Farallon Recorder Quartet: renaissance recorder ensemble
  • Eduardo Figueroa and Oscar Ohlsen: Chilean baroque guitar duo
  • Musica Franca: buoyant Baroque bassoon
  • Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne: Two Worlds, One Music
  • Cheryl Ann Fulton: World-class performer and teacher of Medieval, Baroque, Welsh triple, Celtic and Concert harps.
  • Galliarda: Renaissance and Baroque music from Byrd to Handel
  • George Clifford: Lutes and early guitars
  • Gilles Zimmermann: viola da gamba creating new world music
  • Harper's Hamper: well loved and lesser known British carols for the festive season, performed with single voices and instruments
  • Jacob Heringman: renaissance lute
  • Jacob Heringman and Catherine King: renaissance songs
  • The Hurdy-Gurdy Band: Baroque Street Music of Paris and London
  • Ingrid Matthews and Byron Schenkman: baroque violin & harpsichord
  • In Nova Cantica: carols and chansons from the 13th - 17th Centuries for dancing, festivities and mayhem
  • Ireen Thomas: Lute sonatas from Mozart's time
  • James Akers: Lively, refined lute playing and questing musicianship
  • Jennifer Lane: rare cantatas and arias by Handel
  • Jenraytor: visceral basslines and organic house beats
  • Jonathan Freeman-Attwood and Colm Carey: dazzling and luminous duo performances of Bach
  • Jonathan Freeman-Attwood and Iain Simcock: brilliant Baroque masterpieces in virtuoso style
  • JungHae Kim: deeply elegant harpsichord
  • Phebe Craig and Katherine Westine: harpsichord duets
  • Ken Bonfield: Calling Bonfield a guitarist is like calling Michelangelo a painter
  • The Kingsbury Ensemble: masterpieces that graced the courts of Europe, played with style and passion
  • Katherine Roberts Perl: Bach on the harpsichord - poetic and expressive
  • Katherine Shao: beautiful Bach on three different beautiful harpsichords
  • Ensemble Libro Primo: A fantastic classical violin and lute duo interpreting Baroque composers
  • The Lost Mode: medieval music meets living modal music traditions
  • Magic Carpet: discover a rich tapestry of world grooves
  • Edward Martin: vihuela, renaissance and baroque lute
  • Edward Martin and Paul Berget: vihuela, renaissance and baroque lute
  • Edward Martin and William Bastian: vihuela, renaissance and baroque lute
  • Edward Martin and Thomas Walker: French lute duets that represent the pinnacle of the High Baroque
  • Mauricio Buraglia: a marvelous classical spiral of lute sounds
  • Ensemble Mirable: rare and extraordinary music of the Baroque
  • Musica Pacifica: Baroque and traditional music from England, Scotland and Ireland
  • Nova Casa: Baroque chamber music from Poland
  • La Nuova Musica: vocal and instrumental chamber music
  • New York Consort of Viols: renaissance instrumental music
  • Orinda: French renaissance songs
  • Ostraka: virtuosic music for viol, lutes and guitars
  • Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
  • Paul Boehnke: Heartfelt music for harpsichord
  • Pellingmans' Saraband: viol and lute duo
  • Poeticall Musicke: Late Renaissance and Early Baroque music, historically performed
  • Hanneke van Proosdij: vibrant harpsichord-music
  • The Raindoggs: beat-heavy, darkened mix of R'n'B and Soul
  • La Reverie: Recreating traditional music from a modern perspective
  • Richard MacKenzie: Virtuoso English Lutenist and Guitarist
  • Rossignol: spare and lyrical medieval troubadour songs
  • Gonzalo X Ruiz: baroque oboist extraordinaire
  • The Sarasa Ensemble: Lively, bright Baroque
  • SCD: Baroque trio
  • Anneke Scott and Kathryn Cok: Virtuosic works for natural horn and fortepiano
  • Steven Devine: exquisite and exuberant harpsichord.
  • Kate Semmens and Steven Devine: a choice selection of exquisite music for soprano and harpsichord
  • Music of the Spheres: small Baroque chamber ensemble
  • Streicher Trio: classical chamber music on period instruments
  • Altri Stromenti: 17th century baroque ensemble
  • Sulis: heavenly, healing, early music
  • Susan Rode Morris: early music delivered with a voluptuous voice and intensely focused delivery
  • Thomas Walker: Lute music of 17th century France and Italy
  • Takashi Matsuishi Spark: flautists with finesse, intelligence and grooves
  • Tanya Tomkins and Eric Zivian: Beethoven Piano and Cello Works
  • Francesca Torelli: deep interpreter of lute music
  • Ensemble Vermillian: Richly textured 17th and 18th century cello and recorder
  • Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations
  • Philipp Weigl: austere electronica with melancholy vocals
  • Wildcat Viols: viola da gamba girls gone wild!!
  • Music for a Winter's Eve: Early song and dance to celebrate midwinter
  • Zephyrus: Early Music vocal ensemble

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