The Clemencic Consort was founded in 1969 by recorder player and early music specialist René Clemencic. Clemencic was among the initial music artists to explore comprehensive, and perform, the music of the center Age range and Renaissance using the equipment and functionality practice of that time period. He produced the Clemencic Consort after departing his prior group, the Outfit Musica Antiqua (with which he previously been included since 1958). The Clemencic Consort’s repertoire is normally wide, sketching on music in the middle ages period (just like the twelfth hundred years anonymous Play of Daniel and Le Roman de Fauvel) through the Renaissance and Baroque eras. They possess even made periodic forays into contemporary avant-garde music, including some compositions by Clemencic himself. Among the Consort’s specialties may be the revival of small known operas from the 17th hundred years, such as for example Jacopo Peri’s Euridice. The Consort provides recorded thoroughly and gained many awards, like the Edison Award, Grand Prix du Disque, Diapason d’Or, and Prix Cecilia.