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His orchestra of 25 players included a dozen strings, pairs of recorders and cornets, harp, dulcian (bassoon) and gamba, with two harpsichords and four chitarrone again anchoring the continuo group.
Electronic music is presented alongside new works for harpsichord, string quartet or marimba duet.
Eventually the scoutmaster steps away from the harpsichord, and the figures settle in lotus position.
That sort of experience is exactly what Rauschenfels and Maust are hoping to provide this week with a free program of Baroque cantatas and period harpsichord works at two area venues.
Glover conducted with urgency as well as accompanied recitatives on harpsichord.
The result is a film that tells the story of 20th-century Czech history and conveys a sense of the harpsichord as a living instrument.
And there were instruments galore: Harpsichords, tamboura, Mellotron, harmonium, woodwinds, and a variety of guitars, pianos, and tambourines.
With HIP replacement, Cheng’s harpsichord could now offer an evening of novelty.
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