Voices of Music
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Voices of Music, directed by David Tayler and Hanneke van Proosdij, is hailed for their passion, artistry and technical brilliance. Featuring some of the best performers in Early Music, the ensemble is dedicated to the idea of the voices of the individual musicians in performance. Performances are one on a part, with an emphasis on combining both instrumental and vocal styles of interpretation and ornamentation. In addition to the concert series in the San Francisco Bay Area, Voices of Music ...
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wonderful harpsichord music from 17th and 18th century France
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Van Eyck: Der Fluyten Lust-hof
Ensemble: Voices of Music
Recording Date: Sun 10 Oct 2010
L'Amie Cillae (2:41)
Chambonnieres: Suite in F major
Allemande (2:56)
Courante (1:01)
Sarabande O Beau Jardin & Double by d'Anglebert (1:12)
Chaconne (2:03)
Chaconne (3:20)
Chambonnieres: Suite in G minor
Allemande dite l'affligée (2:47)
Courante (1:50)
Sarabande (1:47)
Gigue (2:01)
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Voices of Music is raising money through to make high definition videos of our upcoming Purcell concerts with tenor Thomas Cooley
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igmarshallparis 6:39 AM - 13 Jul 2010 | Applause: 1
Hello from France,
Thanks to Barok Music Internet radio, I discovered Tarquinio Merula/ Chiacona. This led me to widening my research via You Tube where I discovered videos of voicesofmusic performances of Baroque music.
I am absolutely stunned by the crystalline brilliance and balance of their craft. For me, this
is how such music should sound and at the perfect tempo. Bravo mille....
Pity I live in France - can't benefit from their concerts. Oh well, I'll contend with discovering-obtaining their music via instantencore, another jewel of a hit for me on the web.
May inspiration accompany them....

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