In this film, Anne Page discusses fingering and pedalling systems for the music of England, the Netherlands, and Northern Germany in the early Baroque, a period when major stylistic developments were taking place. She explains how touch and articulation can bring alive the music of composers such as John Bull, Sweelinck and Scheidermann. The film was recorded on the Flentrop and Taylor & Boody organs in the chapel of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
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