FoMRHI: Members Sites


Members sites

Here are a list of links to members's sites. If you are a member of FoMRHI and wish to add your entry here please contact the webmaster.


  • Paul Baker - Diabolus in Musica - Gitterns, Early Guitars, Hurdy-Gurdies
  • Carey Beebe - Harpsichords [Construction, Restoration, Maintenance, Tuning, Hire] -
  • John Bence - Director: Leicester Early Music Festival -
  • BMEMF - organises regular day workshops in Herefordshire and the surrounding counties of England and Wales -
  • Jan Bouterse - information about research into Dutch woodwind instruments, such as a list of surviving instruments and pictures of makers’ marks. Also an English summary of my dissertation, and further information (in Dutch) about woodwind making:
  • Bridgewood and Neitzert - Strings, Accessories, Repairs
  • Stephen Cadney - Guitars and Vihuelas by Stephen Cadney
  • Tim Cranmore - Cambridge Woodwind Makers: Preservation through participation.
  • Luke Emmet - Renaissance lutes and cases, and lute repairs/refurbishment:
  • Chris Goodwin, Jeni Melia, and English Ayres - early music recordings which aim for freshness and clear storytelling - free to hear, inexpensive to download or subscribe to, at: and
  • Paul Hailperin - shawms, hautboys, baroque bassoons
  • The Lute Society - The place on the internet for all things lute, including online shop of publications and back issues of its newsletter and journal.
  • National Music Museum, Vermillion, South Dakota. One of the world’s most distinguished and extensive collections of musical instruments
  • Jeremy Montagu - information about my books, articles, a number of free downloads, information about me (and Gwen), and my collection with a few pictures of it:
  • Carl Rennoldson - Maker of Harpsichord-Clavichord-Clavisimbalum:
  • Albert Rice - Dr. Rice offers an appraisal service for all types of musical instruments except violins, violas, cellos, and contrabasses.
  • Carl Willets - The Musick Cabinet - amateur/semipro early music group. Site includes some free flute music -

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