The GambaCast – Ernst Stolz – Captaine Tobias Hume (1569 – 1645) – A Merry Meeting, No.54, the First Part of Ayres
Ernst Stolz – Captaine Tobias Hume (1569 – 1645) – A Merry Meeting, No.54, the First Part of Ayres
To view Ernst Stolz’s Video of Hume’s A Merry Meeting, please also visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdvNATzZgfY. Download the Free Score by Errnst Stolz – http://www.ernststolz.com/score/amerrymeetinghume.pdf
About Ernst Stolz
Ernst Stolz is a very versatile performer of the viola da gamba and keyboards. He is an active studio teacher. Ernst Stolz studied at the Royal Conservatory in the Netherlands with Michael Barker on recorder, Bob van Asperen on harpsichord, Stanley Hoogland on fortepiano. Additionaly, he studied piano with Sumiko Nagaoka at the Conservatory of Utrecht and choir with Louis Buskens in Rotterdam. Other teachers include: Bernard Kruijs, Marjanne Block, Jaques Ogg, Max van Egmond, Erik van Nevel, Rebecca Stewart, et al. Amongst Ernst Stolz’s teachers on viol is Freek Bosrtlap, and his instrument was built by luthier Marco Ternovec.
Based in the Chicago area, Dr. Serna works to bring the early western string instrument family known as the viola da gamba into many area schools – demonstrating solo literature from the Renaissance, Baroque and early Classical periods for treble viol, tenor viol, bass viol & violone. Please help us make viols accessible to both young and old.
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