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Some of our music is available in a pre-packaged CD, for those of you who would like to enjoy the benefits of clear labeling, instrument and artist photographs and cover art, durable packaging and informative liner notes in an easily accessible format. Or simply that you prefer to order by mail.

The cost of each CDs is $ 15.00 CAD (about $12.50 USD) plus $3.00 CAD postage and handling. Payment options include PayPal through the website, certified cheque or money order. Just send us an email indicating which CDs you would like us to send you, and the method of payment. We'll send you our mailing address.

E-mail us at info@earlymusicstudio.com to order.

All music on the CDs is beautifully played by Clive Titmuss and Susan Adams on a collection of period instruments from the Renaissance to the early 19th century. Our recordings feature works rarely heard in performance, recorded to the highest technical and musical standards. The generously-timed programme of each CD is carefully selected to complement the instruments and shows the music in context to its best advantage.


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Constancy Rewarded$18.00Details
Music for Lute and Harpsichord, Period Guitar and Antique Piano; including unusual music for two by Couperin, De Visée, Frogerger, J.S. Bach, Carulli, Giuliani and Titmuss; as well as solo music for lute by Reusner and for antique Broadwood piano (c. 1815) by Haydn. The sound of period guitar and antique piano is unique and charming, not to be missed.

A fifteen-page booklet complete with instrument photos and notes about the music in English and French is included. 67 minutes of music.
The Twilight of the Lute$18.00Details
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Enchanted by Mozart$18.00Details
Sonatas K. 311, 330, 533/494, and 331; Mozart's greatest late-period music expressively played on a fine Viennese fortepiano after Stein built by Johannes Secker. The notes include a transcription of Mozart's glowing letter about Stein's instruments.

The music shows the influence of his greatest enthusiasms: Austrian alpine folk music, the opera, and the keyboard style of J. S. Bach. Includes the famous "Rondo alla Turca". 52 minutes of music.
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