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Intimate Music for Lute and Voice

For some reason, towards the end of a tenure or an experience, one often starts feeling nostalgic and been more appreciative of little things (plus occasional regrets about some things!). While I do not admit here that this describes me in any way, I have thought of this more when I came across an event that happened over the weekend in the Mitchell Auditorium. The event was titled “Intimate Music for Lute and Voice” and here is the summary:

Lutist musician, Edward Martin, performs solo baroque lute songs and songs with tenor voice featuring William Bastian. Martin will perform works of composer David Kellner, from the last printed book of lute music (Hamburg, 1747) published prior to the 20th century. He will also premiere, for the first time in 350 years, newly discovered works of composer Johannes Fresneau. It is the only remaining lute music from the Dutch baroque period.

Having recently learned about this, and having a decent appreciation of this music genre, I certainly know it was yet another great opportunity missed. I should check the calendar more often!! Or make an app that does that for me? There’s an app for everything these days 😆

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