Links: Dayton C. Miller Collection, Fitzwilliam Handeliana, and Tommasini on Counterpoint

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August
2010

A few early music links of note.

  • A very brief description of the Dayton C. Miller Musical Iconography Collection in the Library of Congress. (more…)
  • Discover Edition HH‘s new series entitled Fitzwilliam Handeliana, which is comprised “of Handelian music inspired by manuscript holdings in The Fitzwilliam Museum.” (more…)
  • Bach ‘sighting’ of the week: New York Times music critic Anthony Tommasini gives an excellent lecture/demonstration on the function and history of counterpoint “from Bach to the Beatles.” (more…)

La Prusia, El Crucero, Nicaragua

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