Early Music



The Theater of Music

A Masque upon a Tempest, London 1650
The Merry Blacksmith

A late masque at the Drury Lane Theater, London 1700



La luth enchantée

La luth enchantée

the ensemble was created at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague by:
Marion Fermé: recorders
Anna Kowalska: lute and baroque guitar
Anton Birula: lute and theorbo.
Since 2004, La luth enchantée has played its program with Bach’s and French baroque music, as well as a program of english baroque music in numerous festivals in France, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Russia and Estonia.

Sonate BWV 1034, Allegro, J.S. Bach

Recorder, harpsichord, vocalsRecorder, harpsichord, voice, baroque cello/viola da gamba

the collaboration of Marion Fermé with:
Isolde Kittel-Zerer: harpsichord and organ,
Martina Schänzle: soprano
results in the creation of 3 concert programmes with Italian and German music from the 17th until the 18th century.

Sonata seconda, Dario Castello (CD Abbonda di virtu)

Medieval music

Medieval music

Theses projects encompass music from the Italian Trecento and from the Ars subtilior with recorder, medieval harp and psalterio as well as Gregorian chant and troubadour songs in two voices.
Some of this work can be heard of the CD “Abbonda di virtu”.

Non na el so amante, Jacopo da Bologna