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Anna Pranger

Anna Pranger moved to Bloomington in 2009 to pursue a degree in music librarianship. Before this, she worked on a degree in music history at the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio. She serves as both an assistant producer for Harmonia and the Music Library Assistant for WFIU.

Recent Posts by Anna Pranger

June 20, 2011


The Mysterious Philipp Schoendorff

An obscure composer from the end of the sixteenth century

June 16, 2011


2011 Summer Early Music Festivals

Looking for an early music festival in your area? Check out our schedule!

June 13, 2011


Ronn McFarlane And His Indigo Road

An ancient instrument serves as the muse for new music.

June 3, 2011


String Quartets In The Eighteenth Century

A Renaissance woman during the late seventeenth century.

May 27, 2011


Ensemble Constantinople

This week, a recording where east meets west and the old and new blend together.

May 20, 2011


Johann Christian Bach’s Keyboard Music

This week, music from one of the many Bach children.

May 12, 2011


Ensemble Musica Nova Records Music To The Virgin Mary

On our podcast this week, praise to a different kind of mother.

May 5, 2011


Vivaldi’s Complete Cello Sonatas

This week, a turbulent relationship with an Italian institution.

April 29, 2011


Oratorios, London, And Winchester College

This week, necessity is the mother of a new vocal genre.

April 22, 2011


Music From Ancient Greece

This week, a look back at a land before time: the music of Ancient Greece.

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