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Victoria Helby

10 January at 19:19

Please share this important message.



Victoria Helby

10 January at 18:05

High clefs (so called Chiavetta) and transposition


Lizzie Gutteridge

10 January at 12:51

Origin of the town waits, by Richard Rastall



Victoria Helby

13 December at 15:30



Wonderful pictures of instruments from 1497

Hear their musical instruments selection.
Enjoy the large array of wind and string instruments, organs...


Lizzie Gutteridge

12 December at 10:12



I'm selling some instruments to help out a friend. Feel free to share and tag and if you'd like more info either message me or email 

Instruments for sale

Helping a friend to find new homes for some old instruments. Please pm me if you are interested in a...




Victoria Helby

21 November at 12:17


Read this if you play medieval or renaissance music.

My teaching philosophy at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis

One of my jobs is a small teaching post in the Mediaeval Music Department of the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis...


Victoria Helby

27 November at 09:35

Curtal reed making videos, and more


Wouter Verschuren





Victoria Helby

4 January at 12:07


Stop the Closure of the Cass Instrument Makers degree! - Sign the Petition!

419 signatures are still needed!



Victoria Helby

26 January at 10:12


“Henle Library” app. Redefining sheet music.

As of today we can put all rumours to rest. It’s true: Henle Urtext has gone digital.





Francis Knights

2 February at 10:22




An interesting video about historical music printing:


Early Music Printing

A video about how music was printed during the Renaissance with examples from the Plantin workshop in Antwerp.




Francis Knights

23 May at 15:35




On the NEMA website, the Fb 'Vibrato wars' discussion all in one huge document, for stimulating reading:


National Early Music Association UK

National Early Music Association (UK) - useful information regarding early and historically informed...




Victoria Helby

1 June at 10:45


Timeline Photos

Telemann is your only #tuesdaymotivation necessary. What's your excuse?



Susanna Pell and Jacob Heringman announce “Twenty waies upon the bels”: a new CD for crowdfunding. Click here for details and to find out how to support the project.

Inganno – Intrepid Academy, Philip Thorby: a new CD for crowdfunding
Click here for details and to find out how to support the project.




David Fletcher

26 June at 18:11




TVEMF has a library with multiple copies of more than 50 pieces of printed music available for borrowing - see the link on our home page

Tamsin Lewis and Passamezzo have a forthcoming CD

 “A wonderful selection of words and music. Although most of these will be unfamiliar to the audience - and indeed to the world at large - this is tempered by the fact that the ballads are often to be sung to well-known melodies.... The versatility of Passamezzo is amazing in smoothly juggling the forces required: lute and guitar, and a variety of viols and recorders, all expertly played. Eleanor Cramer's singing is a delight throughout ”
Andrew Ashbee, December 2015

If you would like to preorder a copy (and help us cover the production costs) do follow the link below

Passamezzo - Old Christmas Returned - Forthcoming CD

Passamezzo provide historical music, dance and spectacle for concerts, heritage sites, education, special occasions and weddings.



Victoria Helby

16 July at 20:47


Telemann celebrations @TeleManniaOrg is a worldwide celebra...




Christopher John Clifford

10 September at 22:57




NZIEMF is looking worldwide for a benefactor:

In the Otago Daily Times today:


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Jill Caudle

20 September at 15:54


We can now announce the dates and main details for Baroque Week 2017. We will be returning to Queen...

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Francis Knights

29 September



New demonstration video of the historic 1821 Lincoln organ at Thaxted, made by Gillian Ward Russell and the Cambridge Academy of Organ Studies



Updated 29/11/2017. Please contact the EEMF committee with comments