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Composer: Frescobaldi, Girolamo Alessandro (1583-1643)

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Year of birth1583
Year of death1643
NationalityUnknown
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ManchesterRobyn Koh, Harpsichord

Robyn Koh, Harpsichord
McLean, Frescobaldi, Riley, Byrd, Mustonen, Rameau, Hovhaness, Bach C.P.E., Duphly, Scarlatti
Robyn Koh, Harpsichord

KrakowJoel Frederiksen & Axel Wolf

Caccini, Kapsberger, Falconieri, Frescobaldi, Puliaschi, Micheli, Carissimi, Sances
Joel Frederiksen; Axel Wolf

AsconaMahan Esfahani

Mahan Esfahani
Frescobaldi, Bach
Mahan Esfahani, Harpsichord

CopenhagenMoving Baroque

Frescobaldi, Vivaldi, Praetorius, Buxtehude, Dowland
Concerto Copenhagen; Elisabeth Holmertz

VallettaSacrificium

Caccini, Frescobaldi, Storace, Leonarda, Strozzi, Picchi, Bembo, Giacinta Badalla
Imago Mundi; Sofie vanden Eynde; Lore Binon
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Uplifting interpretation of a rare Mass in Malta

La Cantoria Campitelli © Valletta International Baroque Festival
Rare Baroque Mass performed in Malta
****1
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Rolf Lislevand takes the Salzburg Whitsun Festival by storm

© Salzburger Festspiele / Wolfgang Lienbacher
The Rolf Lislevand Ensemble in a dynamic and invigorating performance of 16th and 17th century music at the Salzburg Whitsun Festival.
*****
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Los Músicos de su Alteza at the Waalse Kerk Amsterdam

A pensive mood pervaded the Waalse Kerk, Amsterdam, on Friday evening as Los Músicos de su Alteza performed a programme of sacred cantatas.
***11
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Early music meets jazz: A Baroque jam session with Rolf Lislevand at the Rheingau Music Festival

Rolf Lislevand  ©  Francesca Pfeffer
Founded in 2005, Concerto Stella Matutina hail from the musically rich Vorarlberg region of Austria (home of the Schubertiade). For this evening’s concert, they were represented by two violins, a viola, cello and double bass apiece, a concert organ and percussion, plus their magnificent Baroque brass section – three players with a variety of horns, trumpets, trombones and cornetts.
****1
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Baroque at its best - Iestyn Davies and Richard Egarr at the Wigmore Hall

Marco Borggreve
In sporting parlance, the "dream-team" of countertenor Iestyn Davies and Richard Egarr at the harpsichord came together last night for a Wigmore Hall concert held to mark the 10 years directorship of John Gilhooly, and was the perfect representation of his decade at the helm: singer + harpsichord, immaculate programming, consummate musicianship, scholarship, unheard-of treasures, blended with a da