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A Buyer's Guide to British Harpsichord Makers

It is clearly beyond the scope of this short article to attempt to list and consider every maker...
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Reflections on recording antique instruments

This article is really a collection of thoughts on the experience of recording on antique...
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Early Iberian Keyboard Music

Programming Early Iberian Keyboard Music     As someone who has previously specialised in...
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Pianists Playing The Harpsichord

Many pianists wish to try their hand at the harpsichord but feel daunted by the rows of pedals...

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    I am a conductor, keyboard player (harpsichord/fortepiano/pianoforte), and vocal and chamber music coach based in Central London, currently concluding my doctoral studies in historical performance at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
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    For me, teaching is a shared experience. I try to tailor my approach to each individual student and enable them to take their playing as far as they want,
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    I am a very experienced recitalist, teacher, examiner and adjudicator and I offer friendly, helpful guidance to pupils of all ages and stages.
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  • Early Iberian Keyboard Music

    Sophie Yates Harpsichord Teacher (Bath) Picture Programming Early Iberian Keyboard Music     As someone who has previously specialised in French and English repertoire, there were three things that first attracted me to music of the Iberian Peninsula:   The first of these was the cultural background; this glorious repertoire springs from...
  • Pianists Playing The Harpsichord

    Harpsichord Teacher (Newcastle upon Tyne) Picture Many pianists wish to try their hand at the harpsichord but feel daunted by the rows of pedals that many harpsichords have traditionally displayed. These instruments are "modern" harpsichords and are about as far from the real thing as it is possible to get. Instead, we now have available to...
  • Reflections on recording antique instruments

    Sophie Yates Harpsichord Teacher (Bath) Picture This article is really a collection of thoughts on the experience of recording on antique instruments, stimulated by my latest recording of that kind – Concord of Sweet Sounds – in which I play a sixteenth century Italian ottavino and an early 18th century English spinet. These instruments are...

 

  • Interpreting Ornaments in French Baroque Music

    Harpsichord Teacher (East London) Picture Interpreting Ornamentation in Lalande’s Miserere à Voix Seule "If you ask any singer in Baroque music today which of the national styles is the most difficult he or she would probably answer immediately the French Baroque" – William Christie (Les Arts Florissants) It was the...
  • How can research inform performance?

    Harpsichord Teacher (North West London) Picture      I must admit that research is my every day tool in the process of understanding and interpretation of  music. It obliges me as a harpsichordist and performer of ancient music to explore each aspect of the historical and stylistic context related to any piece I play, because performing...
  • A Buyer's Guide to British Harpsichord Makers Editor's Pick

    Sophie Yates Harpsichord Teacher (Bath) Picture It is clearly beyond the scope of this short article to attempt to list and consider every maker of early keyboard instruments who is active in Britain, so I have confined my focus to plucked instruments – harpsichords, virginals and spinets – and those makers who currently have the highest...