Do you know that Israeli guy living in Switzerland who passionately talks in English about Italian and Franco-Flemish music? If not, you absolutely should check him out. Elam Rotem, a devoted musician, scholar, and communicator, continuously shares his expertise of the Renaissance and Baroque repertoire and music theory on his website and YouTube channel Early Music Sources. In addition to a database of sources, the available videos show multiple approaches to the analysis of selected compositions, and examine questions of style as well as practice of historical composition and improvisation. Given the many followers and appreciations of this page, it’s not at all like I tell something new here. Yet I just felt the urge to appreciate a resource that has given me so many delightful moments and cannot be recommended highly enough.