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March 1, 2008 The British band Red Priest, led by nimble-fingered recorder player Piers Adams, plays Baroque music with virtuosity and attitude. The adventurous group challenges perceived notions of how standard works by Vivaldi and others should be performed.
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December 6, 2007 Known for its fresh approach to centuries-old music, the baroque band Rebel pays a visit to NPR's studios to play lively music by Telemann that calls for the clarion sound of the valveless baroque trumpet.
November 15, 2006 Kian Andersen, 16, spends a great deal of time playing her bassoon. Although she has had to give up some of her other activities to prioritize music, she wouldn't change a thing. She performs Telemann's Sonata in F Minor, Allegro.
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July 29, 2005 Alta Ripa, or the "High River Bank," is an ancient name for the German city of Hanover. The European Baroque group Musica Alta Ripa got their start there in 1984, but they're just making their U.S. radio debut now, on Performance Today.
April 9, 2004 NPR's Fred Child recenlty welcomed the members of Canada's Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra & Choir Studio 4A for a performance and conversation.
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