“Ar ne kuth” II

 

 
Regarding my recent post “Ar ne kuth”

 

 

https://rogersgleanings.com/2020/02/20/ar-ne-kuth/

 

 

Tenet Vocal artists has put the entire concert online at:

 

 

 

The link will take you to the entire concert on YouTube. Click on the three bars on the top right. Then scroll down to select number 7, “Ar ne kuth” — to hear that piece sung by  soprano Jolle Greenleaf. Or you can just listen to and enjoy the entire, fantastic concert.

 

 

Roger W. Smith

   April 2020

 

 
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emails, March 23, 2020

 

Dear Jolle,

 

Tenet is a precious resource.

I am thankful that living in NYC gives me the opportunity to attend concerts such as Monteverdi’s Vespers in December (which I had always wanted to hear performed live) and English renaissance vocal music at the Strand.

I sometimes blog about music (I am not a performer or musicologist).

In a recent post of mine at

 

https://rogersgleanings.com/2020/02/20/ar-ne-kuth/

 

I wrote: “I heard this medieval song [“A ne kuth”] performed by soprano Jolle Greenleaf (her voice is incredible and virtually indescribable) in a concert of English medieval music by Tenet Vocal Artists at the Rare Book Room of the Strand Bookstore on February 13, 2020.

Thanks again.

Sincerely,

Roger Smith

 

 

Hi Roger,

It’s so gratifying to read this — thank you so much! I’m grateful you were able to catch our last Vespers, and that you were with us at the Strand. What a wonderful night that was! I’m honored by your kind words – your blog is so important. Thank you for your work on that!

 

Very gratefully,

Jolle Greenleaf

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