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Douglas Amrine visits from Amsterdam to perform music of the 17th century including virginalist composers of England and the Low Countries, followed by suites by Louis Couperin and Henry Purcell. After the recital, Douglas will give a talk about his work to establish and maintain the Gustav Leonhardt Pedagogy Archive, a digital collection of primary-source material about Gustav Leonhardt's teaching. The great influence of Gustav Leonhardt on the field of early music and keyboard playing is widely acknowledged. This is a special opportunity to learn about and discuss Leonhardt's teaching with one who has knowledge of it.


Introduction to the Harpsichord

Welcome to the World of Early Keyboard Instruments

Free to WEKA members
Free to 18 and under, and college students with ID
Children must be accompanied by an adult
General Admission $25 payable at the door with cash or check

About the Reed College Early Keyboard Collection
Reed College is unique in the Portland area with an Early Keyboard Collection that can be shared, thanks to the efforts of Bonnie Garrett (fortepianist and harpsichordist), whose long career at Reed included both teaching and administration. Read about Bonnie Garrett on page 16 of the Reed College Magazine, Sep 2010

Western Early Keyboard Associationwww.wekaweb.org

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