A collection of resources, including video of live performances, educational and informative materials, and just about anything else you could think of...


The recent article on Vox Sæculorum and period composition which appeared in last summer's issue of Early Music America by Grant Colburn is available for reading at the following link: The New Baroque Revival (Early Music America, Summer 2007)

Newest member J. Lee Graham has written a "beginner's guide" for the art of fugue writing available as a PDF file and also as an   MP3.

Another recent article by Grant Colburn was published in Volume 12, No.1 of Harpsichord and Fortepiano magazine called A View from the Fringe of the Fringe. In this article Vox composer Grant Colburn documents his experiences of playing his newly written baroque harpsichord music at the Boston Early Music Festival, along with reports of the people he met and the music he heard. In the previous issue of Harpsichord and Fortepiano Magazine there was a review of Colburn's newest collection of harpsichord music titled, "Six Easy Lessons for the Harpsichord. The review may be read here.


The following videos highlight the "living" aspect of the period music Vox Sæculorum members are writing and performing.

This is the Andante from Trio Sonata No. 1 by Glen Shannon.
More of Glen Shannon's ensemble may be seen at: http://www.youtube.com/user/GlenShannon

This is a Largo composed and played by fellow Vox founder Roman Turovsky
More of Roman Turovsky's music is available at: http://www.youtube.com/user/lute88

The following is Psalmus CXXI - Levavi oculus meos in montes, a motet for 2 choirs and orchestra by Miguel Robaina.
More of Miguel Robaina's music may be seen at: http://www.youtube.com/user/MonsigneurRobain
(Note that fellow Vox member David Jansson is playing the first violin)

Below is the Almand from Grant Colburn's Lesson II in B minor performed by Ernst Stolz.
Ernst Stolz may be seen playing other harpsichord works including many by little known Dutch composers at: http://www.youtube.com/user/ernststolz

Also click on the link here for live footage of Hendrik Bouman playing his piece 'La Réjouissance' on harpsichord from his website.
Other videos of his music may be seen at his site at: www.hendrikbouman.com

This is a piece for solo gamba played by Ernst Stolz and also written by Roman Turovsky called Tombeau pour Mr. Telemann.

This is Sonata VI in E major by Gianluca Bersanetti performed by Michele Barchi.

This is an Allegro from the Sonata in C Major by Vox founder Mark Moya

And finally though not an original composition, here is Vox composer Matthias Maute with his
group Ensemble Caprice playing Vivaldi's Concerto Per Flautino - Allegro Molto.


The following links can be investigated to find out more about just who these Vox people are:

Mark Moya: www.myspace.com/contrapunctusxv
Michael Starke: www.myspace.com/michaelstarke
Grant Colburn: www.myspace.com/colburnmusic
Roman Turovsky: www.polyhymnion.org/swv/
Miguel Robaina: www.myspace.com/miguelrobaina
Hendrik Bouman: www.hendrikbouman.com
Matthias Maute: www.matthiasmaute.com
Roberto José Bancalari: www.myspace.com/baroquenoise
Fernando de Luca: www.fernandodeluca.it
J. Lee Graham: www.myspace.com/leontovitch