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‘Sounding Board’ has been created to provide a channel for everyone with an interest in the Harpsichord to share their experiences, their ideas, and their knowledge. It gives everyone an opportunity to ask questions on a variety of topics including technique and repertoire, as well as on technical matters. Please keep sending in your contributions, large or small, serious or frivolous, the seemingly ordinary as well as any of an unusual nature. All contributions and comments welcome, please send to info@harpsichord.org.uk or to editor@harpsichord.org.uk .

See below for the latest edition of Sounding Board
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  • ISSUE No. 11 – August 2017
    Guest Editor – PAMELA NASH

    CONTENTS

    • Rituals to Mould Her With: Multimedia harpsichord at Handel & Hendrix London-  PAMELA NASH
    • Harpsichord and Electric Guitar: A Potent Musical Alchemy-  PAMELA NASH & MARK WINGFIELD
    • “Au diable le conformisme”: anarchic world of Vivienne Spiteri- PAMELA NASH
    • The Ladies’ Defence: Feminist poetry, composing for the harpsichord & Marina Minkin- GILA CARCAS & PAMELA NASH
    • Close Relations: harpsichord and electronics- EVELYN FICARRA
    • Les Nuits Sonores: karaoke harpsichords, Latin groove & J.S.B.- GARY CARPENTER & PAMELA NASH
    • Gośka Isphording takes up the Reins: Unpacking ‘BoxToccata’- PAMELA NASH & ALED SMITH
    • ‘Panorama’: Women’s Part in the Revival of the Harpsichord- PENELOPE CAVE
    • Manoeuvering and Finessing: Looking Back to the Masters- PAMELA NASH & ROB KEELEY
    • Aliénor: patron, muse and inspiration- PAMELA NASH

    and an OBITUARY of Elisabeth Chojnacka (1939-2017) by KASIA TOMCZAK-FELTRIN
    and Details of Three Conferences on the Care and Preservation of Early Instruments, their Life Cycle and the Repertoire

    To View ISSUE No.11 click here SoundingBoard11(pdf)