14 settings of 4- & 5-part Renaissance Dances from the renowned 1612 Collection by Michael Praetorius, plus a facsimile of a 3-part vocal FUGA, and a 4-part Wedding Waltz by George Kelischek, named "Let us Dance".
This special first edition of Let us Dance, Terpsichore! commemorates 50+ years of early music study and performance in the Southeastern United States, beginning with the Emory Consort, predecessor to Lauda Musicam, the Southeastern Early Music Workshops, and its successor, the Mountain Collegium Early Music Workshops. These organizations were established by George Kelischek and are now under the direction of Jody Miller. (See: mountaincollegium.org)