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The Early Music Web Ring (23 Sites, 942 Hits) 07/08/1999

Featured Ring The Early Music Web Ring is a confederation of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque Era Music Web sites on various topics of music performance, history, theory, and similar subject matter.

Music from Other Centuries (3 Sites, 460 Hits) 12/31/1996
Featured Ring If you like singing, arranging, or listening to renaissance music, if you love madrigals, spirituals, or English, Yiddish or Celtic folk songs, this is the ring for you.  Stay a while and listen!  Relax and enjoy!  This ring is full of sites discussing and/or providing/presenting beautiful music originating from the beginning of time to 1900, concentrating a bit on earlier forms of music,  and you may find tracks for listening, or videos and sheet music, academic treatises, merchants selling performance cds, lps, tapes or videos.  The ring celebrates early music, from ancient through medieval through renaissance through baroque through classical through romantic and impressionistic, as well as traditional music from around the world.  Pictured on this page:  a 13th-century portrait of 12th-century Provençal troubadour (and later knight and Crusader) Raimbaut de Vaqueiras (1180-1207), who wrote his famous "Kalenda Maia" after a falling out with his patroness; the song reproaches her for believing the lies others were spreading about him.  If this ring manager remembers correctly, the song touched her heart and the two became best buds once more.  On the NavBar:  Franz Liszt ((1811-1886)) circa 1960; Liszt was the first real longhair and certainly a rock 'n roll star of his time -- ladies used to throw their delicates at him while he performed onstage.

Early music facsimiles (2 Sites, 98 Hits) 03/29/2001
Featured Ring Sites helping to find or to understand facsimiles: explanations about early notation, classified link pages to many sites showing facsimiles, argumented suggestions about the name of composer for "anonymous" pieces, etc.


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