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Your search for "recorder" found 45 items:

45 matches in artist bios:

  • Simone Angele and Amir Kalhor: Classical styles of India and Persia and Oriental Fusion
  • Aryeh Frankfurter: Timeless and enchanting folk music for the soul
  • Bill Robinson: New Music in the Classical context
  • Braindouche: experimental ambient, all flavors, no waiting
  • Burnshee Thornside: funny, funky blues
  • Canconier: Medieval music from the 12th to the 15th centuries
  • Chris Britton: virtuoso performances of Bach on unaccompanied flute
  • Claudia Schwab: Irish, Indian, Swedish and Eastern European music styles overlaid with Austrian yodelling
  • Alison Crum and Roy Marks: Ethereal, enigmatic and exhilarating renaissance miniature masterpieces for viol and lute
  • Da Camera: Celtic Renaissance/Baroque Ensemble
  • English Ayres: traditional early English music
  • Ensemble Carpe Diem: Early music featuring Italian affetti from Switzerland
  • Ensemble Electra: electrifying music from the Italian Baroque
  • Emmalee Crane: ambient, orchestral drone music
  • Ernst Stolz: Renaissance and Baroque beautiful music revealed by Dutch gambist and multi-instrumentalist
  • Farallon Recorder Quartet: renaissance recorder ensemble
  • Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne: Two Worlds, One Music
  • Galliarda: Renaissance and Baroque music from Byrd to Handel
  • In Nova Cantica: carols and chansons from the 13th - 17th Centuries for dancing, festivities and mayhem
  • Ion: clean, crystalline ambient
  • Jeremy Moyer: Erhu music bridging Eastern, Western, Contemporary and Folk traditions
  • The Lost Mode: medieval music meets living modal music traditions
  • Magic Carpet: discover a rich tapestry of world grooves
  • Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks: virtuoso viola da gamba
  • Misericordia: sickeningly good Medieval
  • Musica Pacifica: Baroque and traditional music from England, Scotland and Ireland
  • Music Inside: funky bubbling electronic pop
  • Orinda: French renaissance songs
  • Pavlova Wind Quintet: exploring unusual, exciting areas of the classical and non-classical wind quintet repertoire
  • Poeticall Musicke: Late Renaissance and Early Baroque music, historically performed
  • prettyhowtown: playful, melodic, hand-made ambient electronic music
  • La Primavera: English Renaissance music.
  • Hanneke van Proosdij: vibrant harpsichord-music
  • Tim Rayborn: Medieval and Middle Eastern music
  • Richard MacKenzie: Virtuoso English Lutenist and Guitarist
  • Robin Grey: gently experimental nu-folk
  • Sensor II: catchy crossover between big beat, chillout and electronica dosed with industrial and oriental influences
  • Stuart Sweeney: a one man analogue ambient orchestra
  • Steve Tyler: Hurdy gurdy based multitrack music for the end of time
  • Suchitra Lata: Swirling Chillout, Ambient, World, Progressive Pop, Indian classical veena and much more in between
  • Ensemble Vermillian: Richly textured 17th and 18th century cello and recorder
  • Viva La Pepa: Spanish, Sephardic and French traditions served on a bed of drones
  • Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations
  • Mike Wall: healing music for planetary transformation
  • Music for a Winter's Eve: Early song and dance to celebrate midwinter

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