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Music Department Goes Baroque! Workshop on Period Instruments and Baroque Music by Wicked Music People (WMP)

 

By:  Madam Ang Mei Foong
       Music Department

 

Serdang - 24 May 2019, The Wicked Music People (WMP) is the first baroque music ensemble in Malaysia. The core members from the WMP, Mr. Ng U-En (Gambist), Ms. Lee Hai Lin (Baroque Violinist), and Dr. Andrew Filmer (Violist) came to the UPM Music Department and gave a lecture on the period instruments and early music, as well as sharing the journey of making the first Malaysian-musician made harpsichord with the music students on 24 May 2019.

The music students were able to see, to hear, to touch, to compare, and to play on the harpsichord, the baroque violin as well as the viol da gamba. This experience was very important in shaping the students’ knowledge on early music as well as gaining the hearing experience on the real period instruments.

 

Students observing the first Malaysian-musician made harpsichord.

 

 

 

 

The core members from the Wicked Music People (WMP), from right to left, Mr. Ng U-En (Gambist), Ms. Lee Hai Lin (Violinist), and Dr. Andrew Filmer (Violist) gave a lecture on period instruments and early music to the music students at the UPM Music Department.

 

 

A happy group photo after the baroque treat. Dr. Andrew Filmer (gentleman in blue shirt), Ms. Lee Hai Lin (first at the 2nd row), Mr. Ng U-En (first at the 3rd row), and Mdm. Ang Mei Foong, coordinator of this baroque workshop, with the music students in the department.

 

   
Ms. Goh Ling Hui (Year 3) accompanying 
Mr. Haziq Muhyidin (year 1) on the harpsichord.

 

 

 

 
Vincent Tang (Year 2 violinist) tried on the viol da gamba, under the supervision of Mr. Ng U-En from the Wicked Music People.  

 

 

 

 
Ms. Lee Hai Lin was explaining the notations on the facsimile score to the students. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date of Input: 12/06/2019 | Updated: 12/06/2019 | rozlita

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