Editions of music from the 16th to 19th centuries. Early Music backing tracks.
Rehearsal materials for Choral Singers.
A series of consort pieces that you can play along with, at A=415 or A=440.
Renaissance viol music with parts removed so you can play along.
Short performances by various musicians on different Early Music instruments.
Jacob Heringman brings us a series of short videos about the renaissance lute.
Subscription "music minus one" service for viol players, with videos and audio files.
Back issues of the National Early Music Association Newsletter.
Online ways to engage with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
Renaissance wind music with parts removed so you can play along.
One-to-one online sessions with The English Concert musicians via Zoom.
Alison Kinder, Viol-player and Teacher, on YouTube (tutorials).
Videos discussing interesting subjects related to early music sources.
Singing at home at your leisure. Home of the Quarantine Choir!
I Fagiolini on YouTube, including concert performances and "sing the score" resources.
Jacqui Robertson-Wade, Viol-player and Teacher, on YouTube (tutorials).
Dozens of videos from Sarah, including Baroque, Renaissance and Playalong sections.
Julian Perkins, Founder Director of Sounds Baroque, on YouTube (mini-concerts).
The Historical Dance Society's Virtual Elizabethan Revels on YouTube.