New York Pro Musica was a vocal and instrumental ensemble that specialized in medieval and Renaissance music. Other prominent musicians who joined included Russell Oberlin (the first American counter-tenor) and Martha Blackman (the first American gambist) and Frederick Renz, who founded Early Music Foundation after Pro Musica disbanded.
Incorporated in 1953 as New York Pro Musica Antiqua.
New York Pro Musica – тема. Воспроизвести все. Отправить. New York Pro Musica Antiqua - Sancta Maria. New York Pro Musica Antiqua - What Tidings Bringest Thou, Messenger.
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New York Pro Musica was a vocal and instrumental ensemble that specialized in Medieval and Renaissance early music. The ensemble is perhaps best known for reviving the medieval Play of Daniel in the 1950s, which has since become a popular liturgical drama among early music groups.
New York Pro Musica - Scene 4: Adoration Of The Magi (Part 2) The Play Of Herod: A Medieval Musical Drama, 2011 03:27. Betty Wilson, Brayton Lewis, New York Pro Musica, New York Pro Musica, Noah Greenberg, Betty Wilson, Brayton Lewis, Noah Greenberg - British Library MS Egerton 2615 "Le jeu de Daniel de Beauvais": Le conseil de la reine. Ut scribentis noscas ingenium" Incipit Danielis ludus, 2015 01:16. Artist: New York Pro Musica.
New York Pro Musica was a vocal and instrumental ensemble that specialized in medieval and Renaissance music It was co-founded in 1952, under the name Pr. New York Pro Musica: An Anthology of Their Greatest Works, Noah Greenberg, conductor 7 record set Everest Records 1966, Everest 3145/7. James Gollin, Pied Piper: the many lives of Noah Greenberg Pendragon Press 2001, p 114-115 ISBN 1-57647-041-5 Retrieved November 2, 2011. Boston Globe, 17-Oct-1960, Cyrus Durgin, "New York Pro Musica heard in Mason series".