Report on the December 2 meeting

There seems to be an epidemic of plague running through the
Cantabile Band. I hope everybody recovers soon.

We played:

  • Van Eyck recorder solos related to Elizabethan tunes:
    • Daphne
    • Pavaene Lachrimae
    • Comagain
    • Excusemoy
  • Charlton Christmas duets
  • DeLoach Christmas duets
  • Chedeville Christmas duets
  • Praetorius Christmas duets
  • Goldstein Christmas duets


The meetings, rehearsals and the party are at my place. The
meetings and rehearsals start at 7:45 PM.

  • Tuesday, December 9, regular meeting
  • Saturday, December 13, 4 PM, Christmas party
  • Tuesday, December 16, regular meeting
  • Tuesday, December 23, no meeting.
  • Tuesday, December 30, regular meeting, unless we end up with
    a New Year’s Eve gig, in which case this will be a rehearsal for
  • Tuesday, January 6 — Tuesday, February 27, rehearsals for
    March 1 concert, limited to and compulsary for performers in
    that concert.
  • Sunday, March 1, 3 PM, Concert at Loring-Greenough House in
    Jamaica Plain. Please come and bring all your friends and
    relations. It’s a beautiful 18th century house, and in addition
    to the music there will be an elegant
    tea reception following the concert.


I have asked for “consideration” for parking for the party, so
don’t worry about parking in permit only areas on Broadway,
Windsor, and Clark Streets. I haven’t done this in the past, but
we’ve usually had it on a Sunday, when the permit only parking
restrictions don’t apply, and I have the impression they may have
stepped up Saturday enforcement recently.

There will be a vegetarian and a carnivorous main course; side
dishes, appetizers, and deserts are welcome.

Please invite anyone you think would enjoy the party.


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