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Albuquerque Baroque Players - Performances of 17th and 18th century Renaissance music; Viola da Gamba, Harpsichord, Baroque Oboe, Recorder, Baroque Violin. Schedule and contact information.
Armonico Tributo - Instrument ensemble in the Midlands, U.K., performing the Baroque period, specializing in 17th century English and Italian music, using original instruments and modern copies. Schedule and audio files.
Beltway Early Music Band - Band performs Renaissance, Medieval, Celtic, Folk on period instruments: includes drawings and descriptions of instruments; schedule, biographies.
Borders Broken Consort - Performs English music from Elizabethan and early Jacobean period originally scored for six instruments; treble viol, lute, recorder, bass viol, cittern and bandora. Repertoire from Thomas Morley's Consort Lessons, 1599, and from surviving Period manuscripts. Contact information. Performs English Broken Consort music from the Elizabethan and early Jacobean period: group and contact information.
Boston Camerata - Medieval and Renaissance music; medieval cantigas of King Alfonso el Sabio. Vocal and instrumental; schedule, CDs.
Boston Shawm and Sackbut Ensemble - Ensemble plays 15th, 16th,and 17th century music, works for court and ceremonial occasions, popular songs, and sacred motets, playing a number of different instruments.
Burney Ensemble - Performances of Baroque and Rococo music, including anecdotes and commentary by contemporaneous writers; based in Vancouver. Events schedule, contact information.
Capella Alamire - Renaissance music group of Cambridge, Mass., repertoire by Franco-Flemish composers. Schdule and contact information; CDs.
Capilla Flamenca: Homepage - Capilla Flamenca sings the famous polyphony of the Low Countries.
Cardinall's Musick - Emphasizes historical accuracy in performance. (UK)
Chanterye - a group devoted to presenting aspects of medieval life to modern audiences. In its simplest form, three performers offer a range of music from the 13th to 15th centuries. But they are often supplemented by other singers and instrumentalists
Chatham Baroque - Quartet of two violins, viola da gamba, and lute/theorbo/guitar (plus guests). Information about concerts, educational programs and recordings, including MP3 audio clips.
Cinco Siglos - Organization devoted to the study and diffusion of medieval music; sponsor of publications, concerts, and recordings. Spanish with interleaved English translations. [spanish and english]
Common Ground Ensemble - Early music group Directors: Jolle Greenleaf-soprano & Lucas Harris-lute, theorbo, & baroque guitar.
Consort Veneto - Italian group, playing on renaissance instruments, specializing in the music of north-eastern Italy: discography, contact information.
Crisol Bufons - Troubadours perform Spanish medieval and renaissance music, dance, and drama, throughout the western US. Events schedule; contact information; children's presentations; CDs and audio files.
David and Ginger Hildebrand - Colonial American Music; vocal and instrumental. Based in Annapolis, Md. Events schedule; detailed description of Colonial American music; CDs and audio files.
Dean Shostak - Performs concerts on glass armonica, hurdy-gurdy, and violin to combine history and humor with period and original compositions to create a musical experience.
Diabolus in Musica - Two musicians specializing in popular music of Elizabethan England, played on authentic and reconstructed instruments and in period costume.
Dreyfus Laurence - Performer and researcher at Kings College, London University: personal page.