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An Introduction to Early Music Instruments, Part 2 of 2 - The Dulcian, and Thoughts on Early Music in the United States


Adam Gilbert is Director of the Early Music Program at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School. One of the world’s leading players of the shawm, he regularly teaches master classes and performs with numerous early music groups in the United States and abroad, and in addition to his teaching duties at USC is an adjunct faculty member at Tilburg Conservatorium in Holland.
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Adam Gilbert of the University of Southern California introduces and demonstrates the playing the dulcian (fagot), a common instrument in Early Music ensembles, and discusses the relative interest in Early Music in various regions and cities of the United States and Europe with special emphasis on career opportunities.



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April 2007
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