Links: Baroque Beats the Beatles, Christophe Rousset Interviewed, and Caffeinated Bach
A few early music links of note.
- Trombone soloist Christian Lindberg‘s recording Baroque Trombone: Music of Castello, Speer, Frescobaldi, and Othersis the number one CD borrowed from Cambridge’s Central Library (UK), beating out presumed favorites that include the Beatles’ White Album. (more…)
- Harpsichord virtuoso and distinguished conductor Christophe Rousset was recently interviewed at MusicalCriticism.com regarding the twentieth anniversary of his ensemble Les Talens Lyriques. (more…)
- Bach ‘sighting’ of the week: What do J.S. Bach and caffeine have in common, if anything? Lifehacker knows. (more…)
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