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>At 20:31 12-02-08, Edward L Kottick wrote:
> >Announcing a workshop at Zuckermann Harpsichords International in
> >Stonington, CT, June 13-16, 2008.
> >Once again, players, owners, builders, enthusiasts and aficionados of
> >early keyboard instruments are invited to gather in the beautiful
> >seaside village of Stonington, CT for three-and-a-half days of
> >immersion in the wondrous world of the harpsichord, clavichord, and
> >fortepiano. Musically, we're focusing on Bach and his sons.
> >We've changed the format somewhat from last year. The first full day
> >(June 14, 2008) will be composed of introductory sessions in building
> >and playing. The next two days will mostly follow two tracks,
> >allowing participants to concentrate more on either the "hardware"
> >(building and maintenance) of the instruments, or the "software"
> >(performance and performance practice) of the music.
> >Faculty for the 2008 ZHI Workshop:
> >Richard Auber, owner of Zuckermann Harpsichords International and
> >master builder;
> >Carol lei Breckenridge, Farver Professor of Music at Central College,
> >Pella, IA;
> >Ed Kottick, Professor Emeritus University of Iowa, author, scholar,
> >and builder;
> >Tatyana Nivina, artist, graduate of the State School for Fine Arts
> >and Design, Kieve, Russia;
> >Janet K. Smith, award-winning public relations consultant, Kansas
> City, Mo.;
> >Peter Watchorn, born in Australia, now based in Boston, Mass:
> >performer, scholar, builder, and recording artist.
> >For more information, a complete schedule, and a Workshop
> >registration form, click on
> >Please forgive us if you get more than one copy of this post.