Edward Parmentier
Tuesday, June 7th at 3:30 pm

William Byrd (ca. 1542-1623) The Maiden's Song (variations).

John Bull (1563-1628) Pavan and Galliard "Fantasy".

Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643) Capriccio in which the fifth part is sung.

Antonio Radino (fl. 1580) Galliard and Corrente.

Byrd Pavan and Galliard in A.

Jean-Henri D'Anglebert(1635-1691)
Unmeasured prelude in d;
Courante and Chaconne Rondeau in D.

Edward Parmentier taught harpsichord, directed and taught vocal and instrumental early music ensembles, and taught various other early music academic courses and seminars at the University of Michigan for 38 years, where he was Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Music; he retired last year. He also taught annual summer harpsichord workshops at Michigan during that time. He studied with Gustav Leonhardt and Albert Fuller. He continues to play recitals, teach and lecture, and has made a dozen CD recordings. He has performed around the U.S. and in Russia, Estonia, Japan, Korea, Germany, the Netherlands, Ukraine and France.