The Renaissance Street Singers perform sacred music of the Renaissance in free concerts on sidewalks, in parks and in other public places of New York City, directed by former Renaissance Chorus member John Hetland:
Polyhymnia: An early music ensemble named for the Greek muse of spiritual song and rhetoric:
Joshua Banks Mailman, a fine musician and a great guy:
Medieval Music & Arts Foundation: Online resources since 1991:
Special Collections in Performing Arts (SCPA) at the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library of the University of Maryland Libraries contains performing arts collections that preserve performance, education, recordings and scholarship:
American Composers Alliance: A non-profit publisher, distributor, archivist, custodian, and concert producer of American classical music since 1937:
The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc. List of grants for recording, including ours for recording Harold's compositions (the second listing under Albany Records):
Free Library of Philadelphia has scores of Harold Brown compositions:
Search Harold Brown Scores
The Italian Madrigal Resource Center provides modern transcriptions of Italian madrigals, as well as additional information about the repertoire, assistance with texts and translations, or help in locating singers to form or supplement madrigal groups.
New Music Connoisseur: The magazine devoted to the contemporary music scene:
Advent Lutheran Church: Site of the 2009 Harold Brown Centennial:
Tessera Quartet: Performing at the 2009 Harold Brown Centennial and featured on ALBANY CD of his chamber music:
Emily Daggett Smith: Violinist with the Tessera Quartet:
High School of Music & Art: Alumni and Friends:
The New York Public Library has recordings of Harold’s compositions, incorrectly shown as Harold E. Brown, among many entries for different Harold Browns:
CATNYP Harold Brown recordings
Boston Early Music Festival:
NDC Editions, Inc. was founded in 1999 to furnish choral singers with reliable, reasonably priced editions of significant and attractive a cappella motets drawn from the lesser-known areas of the sacred choral music repertory:
Latin American Choral Music: Suzanne S. Tiemstra’s web site of information to scholars, educators and performers to lead them to the music and to other sources of information.
Early Music Foundation: Frederick Renz's venerable early music organization, which presents concerts by Early Music New York, sponsors the New York Early Music Central website and coordinates the New York Early Music Celebration.
www.earlymusicny.org - Early Music Foundation
www.nyemc.com - Early Music Celebration