Wow. A very nice description of the development of medieval instruments and how they changed in Renneiasance.
I had no idea that you tuned/built your instruments to someone’s voice. Interesting comments on Stradivarius. Interesting ideas on why instruments began to get more standardized.
Also interesting on how you became an instrument maker.
Who owns the copyright to this interview? Them? If so, too bad. I’d love to add it to the Florilegium. Of course if you wanted to rewrite it to avoid copyright infringement, I’d love to consider it for the Florilegium, and I suspect some folks would like it.
> On Oct 8, 2015, at 6:58 PM, Chris Nogy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Lots of neat things have happened because of my trip last February to New Haven, here is the most recent.
> The Virginia Quarterly Review puts together interview articles from the Amateur Hour programs, and this issue they did mine. The editing and "re-imagining" of my interview is a bit creative, but they do state up front that it is edited for brevity and meaning. All in all, though, they got most of the right facts attached to most of the proper questions, and I think it turned out pretty well.
> Anyway, here is the link to the article. If you have a couple of minutes, I would love it if you read it, share it, spread it around. OF course, nowhere in the article do they mention my business or my website, but if people are willing to google my name and then look past the whole Republican committee political manipulation Huffington Post thing, they can find me.
> Hope you find it entertaining
THLord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
Mark S. Harris Austin, Texas [log in to unmask]
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