Wind in the Woods Early Music Ensemble
Amy Vaubel, Lawrence Pitzer, Jenelle Allen, Dan
Duncan, Margaret Erin, Michael Mattimore
1990 - Celebrating our Twentyfifth Year- 2015
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For CD, Bookings or information contact Margaret Erin via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can now hear Wind in the Woods music at the Dayton Art
Insitute, European Gallery "What is a Masterpiece"
OR VIEW AND LISTEN ON LINE!;
go the the "European Gallery"
click on "Browse" choose a painting click on "Arts Intersect" where available
Wind in the Woods is a versatile ensemble which brings to life medieval, renaissance and baroque music. Our mission is to encourage interest in early music, to entertain and to educate. Instruments used include recorders, crumhorns, cornamuse, kordholt, gemshorn, viola da gamba, and lute. Voices blend delightfully with these instruments and are regularly featured. A performance can be customized to fit a particular event. The group can consist of two to six musicians. Narrrative and costume are optional. The ensemble has been active since 1990.
Hearing Wind in the Woods is a visually and aurally stimulating experience
that provides a wonderfully fresh opportunity to hear early music.
Dr. James P. Coleman,
Chair, Music Department
When I decided to have a Renaissance-style wedding, I had no idea what to
do about music at first. I'm SO glad I found Wind in Woods. You were
incredibly professional and unobtrusive, the sound level was ideal, and,
not only was the style of music perfect for my theme, you came dressed in period costume. You were like the icing on my cake - the perfect completion to the picture I was trying to make. Thank you so much!!" -
HSP Marketing Assistant
The performance and the plan for the performance were both so skillfully
accomplished that it appealed to everyone.
Ellen Jane Porter Ph.D
Because of your love and dedication to the art of music, the students now
possess a lasting memory of lovely late Renaissance and early Baroque sounds.
Sharon H. Nelson D.M.E.
Assistant Dean, College of Liberal Arts
Wright State University
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Copyright © 2015 Margaret Erin
Most recent revision March 2015