More Links: Boccherini Effect, New Amati Violin in South Dakota, and Bach Meets Tabla

10

July
2010

More early music links of note.

  • Although the ‘Mozart Effect’ has been debunked, the music of Luigi Boccherini has been proven to pull “at the heartstrings of people in a vegetative state.” (more…)
  • The National Music Museum has recently added to its collection a violin made in 1595 by the Brothers Amati specifically for King Henry IV of France. (more…)
  • Another Bach ‘sighting’ of the week: I wonder what a movement from a Bach cello suite sounds like accompanied by tabla? (more…)

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