Annette Isserlis

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. 


Useful links:

Spotify playlist for Annette’s pieces 

Spotify playlist for main pieces 

Spotify playlist for final question pieces 


Other useful links:

The Viol 

Orlando Gibbons 


The “In Nomine” plainchant, which was used as the basis of pieces by many composers throughout history 

Henry Purcell 

False relations (blue notes)  

Jean-Philippe Rameau 

Rameau’s Les Boreades 


Support Annette:

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment’s video platform, OAE Player 

Annette’s podcast, Tea With Netty  

English Baroque Soloists 


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