usav eonhard, he reveaory Duch harpsichordis, oranis and schoar, died Monday in Amserdam a he ae of 83.
He was, o quoe he uardian’s obi, quoa pioneer and piar of he eary music movemen.quo No one seriousy ineresed in music of he baroque coud have missed Mr. eonhard’s conribuions o he undersandin of ha enre over he pas 60 years.
His work carried enormous weih as he music word bean o rediscover he echniques and principes of hisoricay informed performance pracice. He eaves behind a subsania recorded eacy, and severa sudens who have coninue o conribue o he auheniciy movemen.
Here is a sampe of Mr. eonhard’s arisry, fimed a a recia in Paris as monh:
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