Complete your Suzanne Bloch collection. Why Aske You. The Woods So Wilde.
Medieval & Renaissance Music. Due to the fact that the Warhorse studio, wrote us a complaint, we fixed the name and art in the release of our medieval album ve everyone the right to use our music in their mods, in a wonderful game Kingdom Come: Deliverance! .
Starting in the late '30s, Suzanne Bloch began to present concerts of Renaissance lute music in the United States, and at the time she was the only expert lute player on the American scene; she would remain so for many years. Bloch would perform in Elizabethan dress on the lute, then singing lute songs and then move over to the virginal to play a set of keyboard pieces. These were widely distributed on cheap album labels and probably had some impact on the folk revival of the 1950s.
Suzanne Bloch, a musician and teacher who spurred interest in early music through her performances on the lute and other instruments, and who promoted the music of her father, Ernest Bloch, died on Jan. 29 in Manhattan, where she lived. She was 94. In frequent concerts beginning in the late 1930's, Ms. Bloch spread news of the lute, the delicate ancestor of the guitar that was common in Europe into the 18th century but by the 20th had become obscure
Suzanne Bloch was a Swiss-American musician and an influential pioneer of Early Music Revival during the 20th century. She went to Paris to study music with Nadia Boulanger in 1925, and decided to become a lute player after hearing an early-music concert. She went on to study music in Paris and Berlin, and she met Arnold Dolmetsch in England in 1933. Dolmetsch sold her a lute from 1600 that he had restored himself. In 1935 she performed at the Dolmetsch Early Music Festival in Haslemere, and soon afterward returned to New York, where she began her concert career.
All celtic - irish - scottish classical - baroque - romantic instructional : methods medieval - renaissance. Medieval - Renaissance.
In the world of art, Da Vinci and Michelangelo pioneered huge developments in this field and Monteverdi, Dufy, Byrd and Tallis amongst many others, lead the music of the period. Read: Characteristics of Romantic Era Music. Instruments in regular use during the Renaissance with the obvious exceptions of voice were a curious collection compared to what we are accustomed to seeing and hearing today. Brass performers played valveless trumpets and the wonderfully named sackbut; an early version of the trombone.