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"Birds"


'Birds' 08/07/2019 - 08:00 PM
Rossini-Saal

The Gentleman's Band 
Stefan Temmingh
recoder
Dorothee Mieldssoprano


Pietro Torri (ca. 1650-1737): 
Son rosignolo aus Ismene (1715) für Sopran, Blockflöte und BC

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741):
Le Printemps de Vivaldi: Largo arrangiert für Flöte solo von Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778)

Mr. Quignard (18. Jhdt.):
Printemp: Tendrement aus 9e Recueil d’airs sérieux et à boire (1749) für Sopran, Blockflöte und BC

Thomas Augustine Arne (1710-1778):
The Cuckoo aus As you like it (1740) für Sopran und BC

Johann Heinrich Schmelzer (1623-1680):
Sonata Cucù für Blockflöte und BC

Matthew Locke (1621/22-1677):
Pavane aus der Suite Nr. 3 d-moll/D-Dur für Blockflöte und BC

Anonymus
The Three Ravens aus Melismata (1611)

Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759):
Sweet Bird (aus L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato HWV 55)

Anonymus:
This merry pleasant spring

Georg Philipp Telemann (1656-1767):
Fantasie Nr. 12 für Blockflöte Solo

Reinhard Keiser (1674-1739):
Du angenehme Nachtigall aus Ulysses (1722) für Sopran, 2 Blockflöten und BC

Alessandro Poglietti (frühes 17. Jhdt - 1683):
Imitatione del medesimo uccello aus Rossignolo (1677) für Cembalo solo

Jakob van Eyck (1590-1667):
Engels Nachtegaeltje aus Der Fluten Lust-hof für Blockflöte solo

John Bartlet (16.-17. Jhdt.):
Sweet birds deprive us never from A Book of Ayres (1606) für Sopran, Gambe und BC
The first part
The second part
The third part

Giuseppe Fedeli (ca. 1680-1733):
Warbling the birds enjoying aus The Temple of Love (1706) für Sopran, Blockflöte und BC
Largo-Adagio-Largo-Allegro-Vivace-Adagio-Allegro-Slow

There are sheer swarms of birds to be found here: nightingale, goldfinch, cuckoo, chicken, dove and other poultry are represented in baroque music. Mother and father of this musical bestiary are the South African recorder player Stefan Temmingh and soprano singer Dorothee Mields, the “prima donna of the German Old-Music-Scene” (MDR).


Prices € 45 / 40

This concert is sponsored by Laudensack's Hotel


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