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Cruel fortune and the delights of the bottle

wed 11 mar 2020
Theme: Early Music

Concertzender Live on Friday afternoon 13th March will be playing two concert recordings of baroque music: ‘O Fortuna Crudele’ with among others soprano Henriette Feith and baroque oboist Marcel Ponseele, and the concert ‘The Delights of the Bottle’ by Eveline Juten and Arwen Bouw during the Lutedays 2018.

Marcel Ponseele, Henriette Feith and Kathryn Cok

O Fortuna Crudele
On Sunday 9th February the Amersfoort concert organisation Music on Chairs presented the concert ‘O Fortuna Crudele’. It was a mixed baroque concert, with the world famous baroque oboeist Marcel Ponseele, soprano Henriette Feith, baritone Robbert Muuse, harpsichordist Kathryn Cok and horn player Wouter Verschuren. They played vocal and instrumental music by J.S. Bach, Händel, Telemann, Scarlatti, Thiel and Platti.

The star of the concert is the baroque oboe. The participation of Ponseele, one of the world’s best baroque oboists, was fully exploited. The lovely duet “Mein Freund ist mein” from cantata BWV 140 by Bach, the aria “Ho tanti afanni in petto” for soprano and oboe by Händel and the triosonata in Es by Telemann are examples.
We’re also playing the solo cantata “Zischet nur, stechet, ihr feurigen Zungen” by Telemann and sonatas by Platti, Telemann, Thiel and Scarlatti.

 

Arwen Bouw en Eveline Juten

Baroque drinking songs

During the Lutedays 2018 in Utrecht Eveline Juten (vocals, zither, lute) and Arwen Bouw (baroque violin) played their programme ‘The Delights of the Bottle‘, with English broadside ballads and Dutch drinking songs from the 17th century.
Including the song ‘The Delights of the Bottle, Town-Gallants Declaration for Women and Wine’ by Matthew Locke.

 

Listen:

  • Friday 13th March 2020, 14.00 – 16.00
  • Tuesday 17th March 2020, 14.00 – 16.00

Here’s the playlist in the guide.