Links to Great Sites (updated for 2024)
Following are some of the early music websites that we feel are the most useful and most interesting resources for early music performance and/or listening. It constantly amazes us how much information is available on the internet for performers of Renaissance and Medieval music.
Strings for Lute, Guitar, others:
A modern day Minstrel: Craig of Farrington. Craig follows Renaissance fairs around the country and is a full-time performer and singer on the lute. A true Renaissance man!
My trilogy traces the first astronomical records of a solar flare in 1100 BC as recorded on ancient tablets (The Colors of Fire), and follows the trail of the tablets as they reappear during the crusades (Of Princes and Kings) and again during modern times (Flare). "A compelling combination of fictional narrative and scholarship, Brown combines his knowledge of ancient peoples with historic battles in a fast-paced , believable story of love, magic, fire, and war." -Modern Times.
Medieval 5-course lute by Lawrence D. Brown
Lute Makers in the U.S.A.
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