Early Wind Music Performance

. . . with a great noyse of mistralsye, trumpets, cornets and shawmes, and great plenty of waxe torches lighted" - masque for Richard II


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Reply Andrew Reeve
3:36 PM on June 26, 2012 
How I have longed to field an orchestra or parade unit of Drake's company! Drake's drum is on display in a British museum, and legend has it that it is heard to sound when the nation is in peril. I am a historical interpreter who has studied and lived the period, its arts and music, both at Jamestown, Virginia, and further inland in Williamsburg. Congratulations on a magnificent company
Reply btnikkijamesb8
12:59 PM on June 16, 2011 
Good webpage from Liz Spight
Reply MTQ
2:04 PM on May 17, 2011 
A certain wondeful friend showed me your site. It's great!
Interesting, informative. May slugs be with you.
Reply John Vandermeulen
11:51 AM on January 24, 2011 
Having played recorder for some time and now retired I have taken on the dulcian and baroque bassoon since a year and a half ago. Without teachers in the immediate neighborhood I'm trying to teach myself, but I have been to two dulcian/shawm workshops with Bob Wiemken. One of the other participants put me onto your web site which is very attractive indeed We have lived in Seattle for many years but are about to move to Connecticut, closer to our children who have all moved east., so it doesn't look I'll have a chance to see and hear you in Victoria.
Reply avrilwarren
12:31 PM on November 15, 2010 
Looking forward to another interesting , enjoyable concert on the 5th
Reply Theresa
10:57 AM on June 15, 2010 
Love the site. Any concerts in Sept or Oct?
Reply kathleen
4:53 PM on April 20, 2010 
I really like the web site, someone has put a lot of thought and creativity to practise.
I am looking forward to the consort on wed. evening.
Reply Michael Kirchmayer
10:06 PM on April 2, 2010 
Awesome website, excellent recordings. I have one of the greatest Aunts on the planet!
Reply John Badger
1:17 AM on March 25, 2010 
You sure weren't kidding about the website! Looks lovely, and I'm very much looking forward to swinging by on the 4th!
Reply Chris Schrenk
10:53 AM on March 11, 2010 
Lovely website! And what a handsome sackbut player! Thanks for keeping the golden past within listening range!