English violist Annette Isserlis talks about 17th-century music by Orlando Gibbons and Henry Purcell, starting out as a ballet dancer, and being swept up in the experience of collective music making.
Other useful links:
The “In Nomine” plainchant, which was used as the basis of pieces by many composers throughout history
False relations (blue notes)
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment’s video platform, OAE Player
Annette’s podcast, Tea With Netty
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