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Australian Brandenburg Orchestra – Ottoman Baroque Review

Australian Brandenburg Orchestra – Ottoman Baroque Review

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Paul Dyer’s Australian Brandenburg Orchestra presented Ottoman Baroque featuring Turkey’s Whirling Dervishes, delivering a lesson about respect for sacred music

The Schola Cantorum – Singing Songs of Praise as One Voice

The Schola Cantorum – Singing Songs of Praise as One Voice

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In the early Christian church creating songs of praise, devotion and thanksgiving, reflected the beauty of the cosmos. When accompanied by dance movements and hand clapping, from the fourth century onward, rhythmical hymnody took the lead. Aurelius Ambrose (St Ambrose c337 – 397) descended from an ancient Roman family. He…

Vocal Works for The Voice – Master Class Workshops in Sydney

Vocal Works for The Voice – Master Class Workshops in Sydney

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Leichhardt Espresso Chorus (LEC) are holding a Vocal Works Weekend Workshop March 1 & 2, 2014 with Manuela Ochakovski, Marie Angel and Michelle Leonard teaching

Sound of Music: Poets Celebrate Creation Psalms – Polyphony

Sound of Music: Poets Celebrate Creation Psalms – Polyphony

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The European medieval mind concerned itself with matters of the soul harmony & music as major aspects of the kósmos, a system centred on the earth & human race