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Oni Wytars - International early music ensemble, 6 centuries of mediterranean music - more than 15 CDs on Naxos, Vitaminic, Verlag der Spielleute [there are pages in english but no direct link]
Passacaglia - Baroque ensemble playing recorders, harpsichord and viola da gamba. Site includes information about concerts, audio clips and photos.
Pastimes Music - Renaissance music from late 1400s to mid 1600s; court and liturgical, refined or rustic domestic. Photos.
Paul Hofhaimer Consort
Pavane Renaissance Dance and Music Ensemble - Pavane Renaissance Dance and Music Ensemble performs 15th-17th century dance in elegant costumes
Philomel - As a small ensemble or as a chamber orchestra with chorus and vocal soloists, Philomel performs Baroque music; booking information, events schedule, educational events.
Rocinante - Rocinante is a baroque ensemble founded in 1997. Based in Helsinki, Finland.
Rondellus - Medieval and Renaissance music group from Tallinn, Estonia; schedule and contact information; CDs and audio files.
Saeculum Aureum Players - Seattle-based group specializing in late 18th century and early 19th century chamber music on Period instruments. Biographies, schedule, CDs.
Sarband - Endeavours to show connections between European, Islamic and Jewish music-culture: Includes group information, discography, calendar.
Skeleton Crew: early music band - Skeleton Crew performs renaissance, baroque, medieval and folk music.We play for public and private occasions, and we are based in Oxford (UK). We enjoy having children in our audience and often provide colouring sheets and crayons.
Sylvan Ayres - Group of instrumentalists, specializing in Medieval and Renaissance music; instruments include viola da gamba, vielle, lute, cittern, chitarino, recorder, krummhorn, cornamuse, shawm, dulcian, doumbek, tabor. Biographies, booking information.
Tapia's Gold - Tapia's Gold, a musical group performing Medieval, Renaissance, and other music from the past
Texas Early Music Project - the Project is a unique venue in which student members of The University of Texas at Austin Early Music Ensemble work and perform with professionals, allowing students to explore repertoire normally out of their reach.
The 18th Century Concert Orchestra - Concerts of popular baroque and early classical music in full 18th century costume and on period instruments.
The Dorian Consort of Atlanta - Atlanta, Georgia: baroque chamber music ensemble of harpsichord, flute, recorder, and cello: contains biographies, repertoire, and booking/contact information.
The Early Music Players - From Medieval chant to the slightly scandalous ditties of the English court to the haunting strains of Sephardic Music, the Early Music Players' concerts are authentic, moving, and always thoroughly entertaining. Elegant period garb, an astonishing array of early instruments and songs in their original languages as well as modern translations provide a thrill for the ears and a feast for the eyes.
The Medieval Music Band "Nomen Est Omen" - Under the sign of medieval music -The site of the medieval music band "Nomen Est Omen" from Bucharest, Romania.
The University of Texas Early Music Ensemble - Performs free public concerts of vocal and instrumental works of the Medieval through Classic periods, on reconstructed instruments whenever possible.