Your search for "viola" found 34 items:|
34 matches in artist bios:American Baroque: Spectacular Baroque and Classical chamber music
Aryeh Frankfurter: Timeless and enchanting folk music for the soul
Bill Robinson: New Music in the Classical context
Commusicare: musical conversation from the Renaissance to the Baroque
Alison Crum and Roy Marks: Ethereal, enigmatic and exhilarating renaissance miniature masterpieces for viol and lute
The Donnis Trio: natural mix of rock, folk, and reggae
Ensemble Carpe Diem: Early music featuring Italian affetti from Switzerland
Ensemble Electra: electrifying music from the Italian Baroque
Ernst Stolz: Renaissance and Baroque beautiful music revealed by Dutch gambist and multi-instrumentalist
Aryeh Frankfurter and Lisa Lynne: Two Worlds, One Music
Galliarda: Renaissance and Baroque music from Byrd to Handel
George Clifford: Lutes and early guitars
Gilles Zimmermann: viola da gamba creating new world music
In Nova Cantica: carols and chansons from the 13th - 17th Centuries for dancing, festivities and mayhem
Katrina Wreede: From Fun and Jazzy to Moody and Melancholic
Kathleen McIntosh: delicious harpsichord rarities
Laura Dreyer: jazz, funk and rock with a Brazilian flair
Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks: virtuoso viola da gamba
Musica Pacifica: Baroque and traditional music from England, Scotland and Ireland
Panic Ensemble: cabaret infused rock band mixing folk and world
Paul Boehnke: Heartfelt music for harpsichord
Poeticall Musicke: Late Renaissance and Early Baroque music, historically performed
La Primavera: English Renaissance music.
Rossignol: spare and lyrical medieval troubadour songs
SCD: Baroque trio
Music of the Spheres: small Baroque chamber ensemble
Stellamara: original Balkan-Near Eastern-Medieval-Ambient-World.
Timothy Vajda: viola da gamba in a contemporary context
Takashi Matsuishi Spark: flautists with finesse, intelligence and grooves
Ty Gibson: The Spirit and Soul of A Woman!
Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations
Wildcat Viols: viola da gamba girls gone wild!!
Music for a Winter's Eve: Early song and dance to celebrate midwinter
Ya Elah: women's vocal music based in the Jewish tradition
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