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Early Music in the news. Articles from The Wall Street Journal and New York Times.

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Early Music has been in the news a lot this past week.  Here are a few articles from The Wall Street Journal and New York Times just in case you missed them!

Unleashing The Potential of the Strings

More musicians are trying period instruments, according to a New York Times article published last Friday.  Catch insights from the principal cellist of the New York Philharmonic, Carter Brey, violinist  Johnny Gandelsman and others among a growing number of string players who are experimenting with period instruments, even though they are not part of the early-music scene.  Also, in the article, thoughts from violin maker and period instrument specialist, William Monical.

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Master Builder

Heidi Waleson interviews and writes about harpsichord builder, John Phillips, in Wednesday’s Wall Street Journal article. Read about how he got his start, what inspires him, and what he’s up to now.

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Baroque Embedding, Feet First

Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim attended a workshop given by Catherine Turocy, founder of the New York Baroque Dance Company, and writes about her experiences.  The bottom line?  Historical dance can help us understand Baroque music in a whole new way.

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Janelle Davis

Janelle Davis is a violinist and performer with period instrument ensembles throughout the United States. She is currently a candidate for the Doctor of Music degree from Indiana University, Bloomington where she specializes in early music.

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