|SCHOLA MUSICAE ANTIQUAE|
|(SCHOOL OF EARLY MUSIC)|
SCHOLA MUSICAE ANTIQUAE is non-commercial project and its aims are humanitarian and educational. The main task is to cover in detail and fully different information about European musical culture of middle ages, Renaissance and XVII-XVIII centuries, as well as contemporary performers and investigators of early music.
All information on site is divided into parts, the short descriptions of which you can read below. Also, if you’re interested, you can:
1) Look through (Interpreters
- in English) the list of interpreters of early music, the information of which is
available in Russian. Besides you can have a look at Russian pages of different
interpreters of early music on site blankov.narod.ru (the information about foreign
interpreters is borrowed from official sites and translated into Russian specially for the
project SCHOLA MUSICAE ANTIQUAE). The information of the
part Interpreters is permanently added as soon as the texts are translated from English
If you can provide any data about an interpreter in Russian, it will speed up the creation of the page on site blankov.narod.ru.
2) See the information (On air - in English) about radio program "School of early music". The program was broadcast by Radio 101,8 FM (Khabarovsk, Far East of Russia) from April 2001 till August 2002. At present a series of new daily programs to be on air of different radio stations (not only Khabarovsk) is being prepared.
Site started on 3 June 2002
Information about weekly radio program "School of early music" broadcast by Radio 101,8 FM (Khabarovsk, Far East of Russia) from April 2001 till August 2002. Further information for khabarovites is added.
Alphabetical list of persons (composers, musicians, theorists etc.) starting with Fathers of Catholic church ending with Mozart and his contemporaries. Biographic articles are devoted to separate persons.
Alphabetical list of terms (genres, forms, historical and esthetical notions and definitions, information about instruments etc.) Only the terms contained in the articles are mentioned.
Alphabetical list of interpreters of early music (XIX-XXI centuries perfomers and investigaters), the short information about them and also links to official sites (if any).
Publications (articles, monographs, readers etc.) devoted to European musical culture of middle ages, Renaissance and XVII-XVIII centuries, and also to the problems of interpretations of early music.
Reproductions of art of middle ages, Renaissance and XVII-XVIII centuries, on musical themes: portraits of composers, musicians, men of culture and policy, painting, graphic, sculpture etc.
Further information: festivals, organisations, enterprises, funds, societies and others, that study and promote early music (links to official sites).