Rhetoric in Musical Expression in the late 16th, 17th, and 18th Centuries w/ Lewis Baratz
Date/Time
11/21/2022
TBD
Event Type(s)
Online Event
Event Description
The Highland Park Recorder Society is thrilled to announce the return engagement of Lewis R. Baratz, to present three online seminars in Early Music Performance for recorder players in the fall of 2022. These are the first three of ten seminars planned for 2022-2023.  Each seminar includes an historical lecture and seminar music that is sent in advance to each person who registers. Zoom links are sent in advance to those who register. There are discounts for membership and for the seminars. To register and take advantage of the discounts, go to the website, https://www.hprecorder.org/events/2022-2023/ . For more information contact Donna Messer at recorderdonna@gmail.com.
 
  • October 17, 2022. Music (“diverse, brilliant and thoroughly enjoyable”) of the Loeillet Cousins, Jean Baptiste Loeillet de Gant (1688-c1720) and John Loeillet of London, (1680-1730) Recorder Virtuosi of the early 18th Century.  Led by Lewis R. Baratz, Music and Artistic Director of La Fiocco, period instrument ensemble, accompanied by Benjamin Berman on harpsichord. (For more on Lewis Baratz, please see hprecorder.org/artists/)
  • November 21, 2022. Rhetoric in Musical Expression in the late 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries. We will focus on melodic devices and ornamentation based on rhetorical principles. Led by Lewis R. Baratz. 
  • December 19, 2022.  Musical Traditions of Ireland and the Tin Whistle. Interpreting Irish folk music.  Bring your soprano, or tin whistle in D, or purchase an inexpensive tin whistle in D online, made by Generations, from Lark in the Morning Guitar Center, or even a Walmart Superstar. Good for beginners, only about $12. Led by Lewis Baratz, with Nathan Bishop, violinist and Irish fiddler.

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Location
ZOOM
Contact Person
Donna Messer
(phone: 732-828-7421)
Details
The Highland Park Recorder Society is thrilled to announce the return engagement of Lewis R. Baratz, to present three online seminars in Early Music Performance for recorder players in the fall of 2022. These are the first three of ten seminars planned for 2022-2023.  Each seminar includes an historical lecture and seminar music that is sent in advance to each person who registers. Zoom links are sent in advance to those who register. There are discounts for membership and for the seminars. To register and take advantage of the discounts, go to the website, https://www.hprecorder.org/events/2022-2023/ . For more information contact Donna Messer at recorderdonna@gmail.com.
 
  • October 17, 2022. Music (“diverse, brilliant and thoroughly enjoyable”) of the Loeillet Cousins, Jean Baptiste Loeillet de Gant (1688-c1720) and John Loeillet of London, (1680-1730) Recorder Virtuosi of the early 18th Century.  Led by Lewis R. Baratz, Music and Artistic Director of La Fiocco, period instrument ensemble, accompanied by Benjamin Berman on harpsichord. (For more on Lewis Baratz, please see hprecorder.org/artists/)
 
  • November 21, 2022. Rhetoric in Musical Expression in the late 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries. We will focus on melodic devices and ornamentation based on rhetorical principles. Led by Lewis R. Baratz. 
 
  • December 19, 2022.  Musical Traditions of Ireland and the Tin Whistle. Interpreting Irish folk music.  Bring your soprano, or tin whistle in D, or purchase an inexpensive tin whistle in D online, made by Generations, from Lark in the Morning Guitar Center, or even a Walmart Superstar. Good for beginners, only about $12. Led by Lewis Baratz, with Nathan Bishop, violinist and Irish fiddler.


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