Baroque instruments
Musical instruments used in Baroque music were partly used already before, partly are still in use today, but with changed technology. The movement to perform music in a historically informed way, try...
Baroque instruments - Wikipedia
Bach - Concerto for three harpsichords in D minor BWV 1063 - Mortensen | Netherlands Bach Society
In the Concerto for three harpsichords in D minor, performed by the Netherlands Bach Society for All of Bach, Bach plays with monophony and polyphony. It is a solo concerto, but then for three harpsic...
Oboe da caccia
Sand Dalton plays a copy of an oboe da caccia after J.H. Eichentopf 1724. More details at www.baroqueoboes.com
Lute
Lutenist PAUL ODETTE -2006 Grammy Winner and 2007 Nominee performs on LUTE in excerpts from 1984 SOUNDBOARD TV.
Torban
A solo for baroque lute or torban. Taken with a 10mpx Canon Powershot during a rehearsal, hence the result.....
Theorbo
Regina Albanez is a Brazilian musician talking about and demonstrating these early baroque instruments.
Viola d'amore
Video clip of Thomas Georgi from Tafelmusik Ensamble playing Classical music on Viola D'amore.
Harpsichord
Harpsichordist Elaine plays Sonata in D minor, K. 517 by Domenico Scarlatti on her 2-manual harpsichord built in 1968 by William Dowd. For CDs & Digital Down...
Harpsichord
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL (1685-1759) Suite for harpsichord in G minor HWV432 The Eight Great Suites No. 7 6. Passacaille (Chaconne) Performed by Paul Nichols...
Melancholy Galliard - Renaissance Lute - YouTube
Jan 28, 2007 ... Written by John Dowland (1563-1626) a contemporary of Queen Elizabeth I. This piece of music is played on a 'hired' lute from the 'Lute ...
"Kapsberger" for Theorbo played by N. Amos - YouTube
Feb 28, 2008 ... Kapsberger (1640), for solo Theorbo (Chitarrone) played by Eastern Michigan professor Nelson Amos.
Robert de Visée Prélude et Allemande, Jonas Nordberg, theorbo ...
Jul 21, 2010 ... Swedish lutenist Jonas Nordberg performs the Prélude and Allemande from the Suite in a minor for theorbo by Robert de Visée. de Visée was ...
Harpsichord Performance: Comparone Plays Scarlatti - YouTube
Aug 17, 2007 ... Harpsichordist Elaine plays Sonata in D minor, K. 517 by Domenico Scarlatti on her 2-manual harpsichord built in 1968 by William Dowd.
Plectrum
A plectrum is a small flat tool used to pluck or strum a stringed instrument. For hand-held instruments such as guitars and mandolins, the plectrum is often called a pick, and is a separate tool held...
Plectrum - Wikipedia
Mauricio Buraglia
Mauricio Buraglia (born in 1954 in Bogotà) is a Colombian composer, recording-artist, musician-lutenist and theorbist of Italian descent, active in Paris, France.
Buraglia composed incidental musi...
Oval spinet
The oval spinet is a type of harpsichord invented in the late 17th century by Bartolomeo Cristofori, the Italian instrument maker who later achieved fame for inventing the piano. The oval spinet was ...
Oval spinet - Wikipedia
Lyra viol
The lyra viol is a small bass viol, used primarily in England in the seventeenth century.While the instrument itself differs little physically from the standard consort viol, there is a large and impo...
Lyra viol - Wikipedia
Pardessus de viole
The pardessus de viole is the highest-pitched member of the viol family of instruments. It is a bowed string instrument with either five or six strings and a fretted neck. The pardessus first appeare...
Pardessus de viole - Wikipedia
Baroque guitar
The Baroque guitar (c. 1600–1750) is a string instrument with five courses of gut strings and moveable gut frets. The first (highest pitched) course was often a single string.
The Baroque guitar r...
Baroque guitar - Wikipedia
Division viol
The division viol is an English type of bass viol, which was originally popular in the mid-17th century, but is currently experiencing a renaissance of its own due to the movement for historically inf...
Division viol - Wikipedia
Oboe da caccia
The oboe da caccia (literally "hunting oboe" in Italian) is a double reed woodwind instrument in the oboe family, pitched a fifth below the oboe and used primarily in the Baroque period of European cl...
Oboe da caccia - Wikipedia
Taille (instrument)
The taille, also called the taille d'hautbois, was a Baroque tenor oboe pitched in F. It had a straight body, an open bell, and two keys.The instrument was first used in Alcidiane by Jean-Baptiste Lul...
Rocksichord
The Rock-Si-Chord (sometimes incorrectly referred to as Rocksichord or Roxichord) is an electronic keyboard invented in 1967 to approximate the sound of the harpsichord. As its name suggests, it was i...
Swedish lute
The Swedish lute (Swedish: svensk luta) is a musical instrument developed from the early cittern, with a theorbo'ed neck with several bass strings running offset from the fretboard. The modern Swe...
Swedish lute - Wikipedia
Lautenwerck
The lautenwerck (also spelled lautenwerk), or lute-harpsichord (lute-clavier), was a European keyboard instrument of the Baroque period. It was similar to a harpsichord, but with gut rather than meta...
Lautenwerck - Wikipedia