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Music of the Ancient Greeks
Surviving music in ancient Greek notation c. 500 BCE to 300 CE, sung and played on lyra, kithara, aulos, syrinx monokalamos, psithyra, kymbala, photinx, and other ancient instruments
Music of the Ancient Sumerians, Egyptians and Greeks
The world’s oldest surviving music in ancient Babylonian, Egyptian and Greek notation c. 1950 BCE to 300 CE, sung and played on lyre, long-necked lute, kithara, reedpipes, barrel drum, clappers, bells, conch, and many others
French Music of the 14th Century: Machaut and the Following Generation
Music of the French Ars Nova and Ars Subtilior sung and played on vielles, portative organ, recorders, douçaines, tromba marina, slide trumpet, nakers, gemshorns, and bagpipe
Carnevale: Carnival Songs, Frottole and Dances from 16th century Italy
Ensemble De Organographia and The Oregon Renaissance Band. Music sung and played on sackbutts, recorders, schreierpfeiffen, shawm, rebec, violin, cittern, racketts, curtal, carnival whistle, harp, cornamuse, and percussion
Now make we joye: Renaissance Christmas and other Celebratory Music
Ensemble De Organographia and The Oregon Renaissance Band. 15th, 16th and 17th century music sung and played on early violin, violas da gamba, recorders, sackbutts, shawms, spinettino, racketts, tartold, douçaine, krummhorns, and other period instruments
The One Horse Open Sleigh: 19th century Christmas Music
Carols in their original forms including the surprising 1852 version of “Jingle Bells” sung and played on violin, flageolets, harp, piano, fluegelhorn, tenor horn, trombones, tuba, czakan, English guitar, clarinet, ballad horn, and others
Everything is Ragtime Now: Rarely heard rags
Allan Martin, piano – with Gayle Neuman, voice, tenor horn, trombone, and banjo, and Phil Neuman, cornet, alto and tenor horns, tuba, recorders, and ocarinas
ken king said:
hi p & g. – i love these records. thanks for making them. but i want More! i’m at least half-joking, there; this discography is a nice body of work and sufficient legacy, already – but it could always be enlarged. one idea is to release on cd the ‘lost’, cassette-only release ‘bicinia sacra et profana’; i’d Love to hear/have that on cd. the tape is still out there, but i can’t go there, as it were; need the cd. in any case, you two are great. gayle, i guess you’ve got what is just about the best voice ever. it’s a shame that not every human will hear it. best wishes re everything & i’ll always be on the lookout for new recordings. thanks! -kk
Thanks! We can put the “Bicinia…” recording on a CD if you would like.
There is preliminary talk of another recording.
Phil & Gayle