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|Early Music Directory UK|
A large searchable collection of MP3 files for free download or listening, with an introduction to early music and its appreciation.
International portal for early music, run by a nonprofit organization. Includes news, Web radio, and links.
|Lute Society of America, The|
Organization devoted to the lute in European music. Information about the lute, the Society and its events are online; resources cover tablature and tunings; publications and its own-label CDs are available for purchase.
|Musiques et Poésies Médiévales|
Marcel Arnoux has posted subsites on the 13th century Cantigas de Santa Maria, the woman troubadour Beatrice de Die, the Arnoux Consort, and the Musique Ancienne de Crest organization. In French.
|Virtual Wilbye Consort|
Audio files of madrigals by John Wilbye, with works by some of his contemporaries. The works are sung by a single performer, and digitally modified to create a consort and several voice lines.
|Amherst Early Music|
Teaching festival for early music and historical performance, usually held in August. Calendar of events.
|Boston Early Music Festival and Exhibition|
Concert schedule, online ticket purchase, and introduction to early music.
|Capella Antiqua Bambergensis|
Ensemble which re-enacts medieval music at Wernsdorf Castle, Germany. They offer information about the musicians, the location, concerts and recordings on their label, CAB Records. Online shop link provided. In German and English.
|Capella de Ministrers|
Spanish early music ensemble founded by Carles Magraner. Its medieval, renaissance and baroque concert programs are outlined. A discography includes releases on its CDM record label. In Spanish, Valencian, English and French.
|Centre Culturel de Rencontre d'Ambronay|
Located in an historic French abbey, the center promotes music in historical context and organizes Ambronay's music festival. It offers event and festival information; their own-label CDs are available online. Mostly in French.
|Centre de Musique Baroque Versailles|
Research and performance center for 17th and 18th-century French music. Its organization, library resources and forthcoming events are outlined. An online shop of publications and record titles is provided. In French; partly in English.
Quebecois company distributes for two ensembles, also on site. Ensemble Anonymus specializes in early music, and Ensemble Strada works with the connection between early and folk music. In French, with some English.
Offers information about Polish early music from the medieval period to the baroque. Resources include composers' biographies, audio examples (MIDI sequences), some sheet music and background essays. Mostly in English.
German magazine on early music. Includes contents of current issue, subscription form. In German.
|Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music|
DIAMM archives digital images of European sources of medieval polyphonic music. The project is a collaboration between the University of Oxford and Royal Holloway, University of London.
|Dowland & Company|
Japanese organization dedicated to European early music, featuring ensemble Tablatura, lutenist Takashi Tsunoda and mezzo-soprano Mutsumi Hatano. It offers biographies and a discography including titles on their Pardon label. In Japanese and English.
French portal for early music. Includes news, several specialized link lists, and some articles by Yann Morin. In French.
|Early Music America|
Nonprofit organization promoting early music and musicians. Provides details of membership, programs and publications. Public resources include concert and festival listings, members' discographies, classified advertising, and links to related sites.
|Early Music Chicago|
News, ensembles, and a forum relating to early music in the Chicago area.
|Early Music New York|
Organization incorporating is own baroque orchestra, and medieval and renaissance music ensembles. It lists forthcoming concerts with online ticket sales, and offers a Web shop featuring recordings on its Ex Cathedra label.
Organization located in Montréal promoting its affiliated artists and early music in general. Its store features recordings on its own label and others. Resources include artists' and composers' biographies. In French and English.
|Ensemble Baroque de Limoges - La Borie en Limousin|
Includes profiles of Limoges' baroque orchestra, its director Christophe Coin, their music center and the Mosaiques string quartet. It also includes details of recordings on their LaBorie record label. Mostly in French.
Bimonthly for early music. Annotated directories, forums, news, events newsletter, and subscriptions to the print version. English, French, and Spanish.
Spanish organization which promotes early music and musicians. Represents artists and ensembles whose profiles and concerts are online. Includes a catalog for its record label, Lauda. In Spanish; some English, Japanese and French.
|Lute Society, The|
Society based in the UK dedicated to the lute and its music. Online resources include details of events, meetings and publications; classified adverts; and international directories of lute-makers, teachers and related sites.
|Netzwerk für Alte Musik|
German-language portal for early music played on period instruments. Includes news, forums, chat, and free Web mail.
News and reviews about early music productions and products, and about Baroque music played on early instruments.
|Organisatie Oude Muziek|
Utrecht-based body organizes a network of early music concerts. Dutch, with some English.
|Pompadour's Early Music Site|
Introduction to early music, biographies of some composers, and MIDI files.
|Renaissance and Baroque Society of Pittsburgh|
Concerts including pre-concert lectures, schedule, and links to other early music resources.
|Sacramento Davis Early Music|
Covers the Northern California early music scene with news of events; directories of musicians, ensembles, and music teachers.
|Southern California Early Music Society|
Ensemble, administrative and membership information, and data about their magazine including advertising rates.
|Spanish Early Music MIDI Files|
MIDI files of Renaissance and Baroque music from Spain, sequenced by Francesc Villanueva.
|Stichting Internationale Concerten en Werkgroepen|
The SIC encourages early music projects in central Europe, under the sponsorship of several governments. Information on the SIC and individual projects. In English.
|West Gallery Music Association|
Society promoting English 18th and 19th century music as origianally performed in church west galleries. It offers a directory of choirs, articles, an events calendar, publications, recordings, and audio samples.