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Anderson will sing arias from Handel operas with Bickers accompanying on harpsichord, and Collins will play a suite of variations by modern composers on music by the 17th century composer Giuseppe Colombi.
From the bedrock of Davyd Booth’s harpsichord to the extroverted hunting calls from hornists Jennifer Montone and Jeffrey Lang, this was a deeply impressive state-of-the-orchestra address.
Scott Ross playing the complete harpsichord works of Jean-Philippe Rameau I've been obsessed with a 1727 piece by Rameau called Gavotte and Six Doubles.
Enjoy an afternoon of masterpieces by Bach, Handel, Vivaldi and Telemann played with precision and panache by an orchestra of violins, violas, cellos, basses, oboe, bassoon, flute and harpsichord.
Ben Basone directs Chancel Choir, accompanied by chamber orchestra with Stacy Haney on harpsichord.
Electronic music is presented alongside new works for harpsichord, string quartet or marimba duet.
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.
Eventually the scoutmaster steps away from the harpsichord, and the figures settle in lotus position.
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