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In Echo

Source http://barber.org.uk/in-echo/

Period instrument ensemble, In Echo, look back to the beginnings of printed music – and the publication of Ottaviano Petrucci’s collection Harmonice Musices Odhecaton – in Venice in 1501. This collection of 96 pieces of exquisite contrapuntal music includes works by composers such as Josquin, Japart, Compère, Isaac and Agricola, which together signalled a revolution in the use and dissemination of music. In Echo take a fresh look at this repertoire, presenting it using some of the colourful instruments known to have been used in Venetian ensembles at this time.

Friday 12 1.00PMJanuary
2018
2018-01-12T13:00:00Z2018-01-12T14:50:00Z

Classical

The Barber Institute

University of Birmingham
Edgbaston

B15 2TS Birmingham GB

0121 414 7333

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