Historically informed performance
Historically Informed Performance (HIP) practitioners explore repertoires from antiquity to the late 19th century. Ranging from lost traditions demanding profound sonic reimaginings to the defamiliarizing of canonical repertoire, HIP has produced a vast body of musical performance, recordings, and scholarship. The relationship between the mainstream and HIP has been marked by suspicion, but the so-called “turf wars” also reflect the breadth of HIP. While HIP practitioners may not often consider...[Show more]
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