Following the early music path

Yesterday's post about ArkivMusic's reissue of David Munrow's The Art of Courtly Love reminds me that there are also some fine re-issues in Teldec's Das Alte Werk's 50th anniversary series. Particularly notable is Troubadours, Trouvères, Minstrels from Thomas Binkley's (left) under-rated and pioneering Studio der Frühen Musik who also recorded for EMI Electrola's ground-breaking, but so far not re-issued, Reflexe series. Yet more evidence that the tills are alive with the sound of early music.
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