Featuring archives: Early Music Consort of London

An xxjfg archive for posts featuring Early Music Consort of London.

5th February 2013

Primordial Ooze of Sound

Recently, we’ve been digging on early music. Although most of the world’s early dalliances with organised sound patterns is impossible to date due to an absence of notation – many cultures developed with music as an improvisational tradition, rather than something it was necessary to record – the earliest examples of surviving musical notation date…

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