How Would You Like to Fall in Love with Medieval Music in a 21st Century Setting?

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Rosewood Consort will perform Medieval Music at the Concession Street Library, 565 Concession St, Hamilton on Saturday, November 4, 2017 at 2 pm, and at Turner Park Library, 352 Rymal Rd East, on Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at 7 pm.

Imagine yourself going back in time to the 15th century–without the discomfort.  We will entertain you with recorders and viola da gamba.  You may even fall in love with this music the way we have.

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In mijnen sin

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These are program notes from our May 28, 2017 concert.

Busnois’ In mijnen sin

Antoine Busnois was an early Renaissance composer.  At that time, the only way for a musician to feed his family was to find a wealthy employer—often the Catholic church. Here talented musicians would compose music for the three M’s: masses, motets and magnificats.

But Antoine found a different patron in Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy. As a member of this court, he satisfied his love not only of ...

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