From the Library: Music of the Renaissance

Today, we present a pro­gramme of Euro­pean Renais­sance music, includ­ing both tra­di­tion­al and mod­ern inter­pre­ta­tions, with a bias towards pop­u­lar dance music of the peri­od. Per­form­ers include tra­di­tion­al pro­po­nents of the music of the peri­od like the Ear­ly Music Con­sort and Ulsamer Col­legium along­side such mod­ern re-inter­pre­tive sources as the artists of Wind­ham Hill and the live­ly and unpar­al­leled Philip Pickett/Richard Thomp­son col­lab­o­ra­tion The Bones Of All Men.

Today’s pro­gramme is pre­sent­ed by Elrik Mer­lin and pro­duced by Radio Riel in con­junc­tion with the Alexan­dri­an Free Library Con­sor­tium of Sec­ond Life. You can lis­ten to the pro­gramme now at; out­side the US, tune to in-world, or sim­ply click here if your brows­er is con­fig­ured to launch a play­er auto­mat­i­cal­ly.

For more infor­ma­tion on the Alexan­dri­an Free Library, cur­rent exhibits and the work of Con­sor­tium mem­bers in gen­er­al, please vis­it the Alexan­dri­an Free Library web­site, or one of their branch­es in-world.

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