Early Music Muse
Early Music Muse: musings on mediaeval, renaissance and traditional music
A blog intended to appeal to both casual observers and specialists in mediaeval, renaissance and traditional music, presenting both beginners’ guides and new research in traditional and early music.
The solo folk website of multi-instrumentalist and singer with The Night Watch: “Great songs, lovingly sung and arranged … impeccable vocals … what more could one desire?” ~ Flos Headford in Shreds And Patches
The solo folk website of multi-instrumentalist and singer with The Night Watch: “A fine voice, accompanied by some of the best guitar playing to be heard anywhere.” ~ Folk On The Farm
Black Diamond Folk Club
You are assured of a welcome at this Birmingham folk club for those who wish to hear and perform largely traditional music.
Diabolus In Musica
The website of early musician, early music performer, early instrument maker, sound engineer and all-round good bloke Paul Baker. Paul recorded The Night Watch album, Ian’s solo album, and made Ian’s gittern.
Early Music FAQ
The web's largest reference for European Medieval and Renaissance music since 1994.
Renaissance – the Elizabethan world
Opens the door into everyday life in Tudor England.
A specialist website for renaissance cittern players (for cittern, see our instrument guide http://www.the-night-watch.org.uk/instrument-guide.html).
Acoustic Music Com
Acoustic Music Com work to promote acoustic music performers, recordings and venues online.
Ian Pittaway Therapy
The website of psychotherapist and counsellor, Ian Pittaway, based in Stourbridge, West Midlands.