harpsichordist


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someone who plays the harpsichord

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BEIRUT: Harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani's recital of works by J.
bvn/cb & thb, bvn)"--shorthand for the part labeled with the name of the harpsichordist, the one bearing the names of the basse de violon and contrebasse player Michel Monteclair and the theorbist Francois Campion, and the one shared by a pair of basse de violon players.
And if that weren't enough, her recital partner in Gregynog's Music Room is the stellar harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani.
One of the 20th century's most influential harpsichordists, this year Zuzana Ruzickova is celebrating her 90th birthday.
Between those dates there is an all-Bach recital from violinist Isabelle Faust and harpsichordist Kristian Bezuidenhout (May 20), and Alfred Brendel's remarkable insights into his recently-published A Pianist's Alphabet, a talk which I know from experience is well worth hearing (May 21, 11.
Kenneth Cooper, harpsichordist, writes in the liner notes that Debussy had conceived of writing six sonatas for diverse instruments, but sadly didn't live long enough to complete his vision.
Cecelia Hopkins Porter's Five Lives in Music profiles a number of women who promoted musical culture, composed, and performed from the 1600s to the present: the German composer and harpsichordist Duchess Sophie-Elisabeth; the harpsichordist and composer at the court of Versailles, Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre; the German Romantic composer Josephine Lang; the early twentieth-century Viennese pianist and composer Maria Bach; and Ann Schein, an American concert pianist living today.
Accompanied here by Clavecin en concert under the direction of harpsichordist Luc Beausejour, she serves up lovely, long lines and a gorgeous blend, with clear, impeccable enunciation.
Concert on the Common Baroque Duo of harpsichordist Suzanne Cartreine and violinist Joy Grimes Wallace, 4 p.
Christopher Jackson, a career organist, harpsichordist, and choir director, co-founded the group in 1974 and has been artistic director since 1988.
As the abbot is an internationally renowned harpsichordist and organist, we were delighted when he invited us to his music room to hear a few pieces of Bach.
The great thing about Guy is not only is he this great technical wizard but also he started out as a Cambridge harpsichordist so his musicality is absolutely top notch.
Muscat: In honour of the Royal Opera House Muscat's newest instrument, a beautiful double harpsichord, the audience was treated to a concert by the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, conducted by harpsichordist Ton Koopman.
RENOWNED: Johnson The London Handel Players will play The Best Of Baroque at Holy Trinity Church on October 20 and there will be more Baroque music when harpsichordist Steven Devine, co-principal keyboard player with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, plays harpsichord hits in the Guild Chapel, Chapel Street, on October 17.
This talented musician also manages to fit in appearances as harpsichordist with the St Peter''s Singers in Leeds and the Sheffield Bach Society.