Female musicians from Prague and Poland play Austrian Early Music
In Concertzender Live on Thursday 14th May (20.00-22.00) we'll be playing Early Music from Austria, played by female musicians from Prague and Poland during the Utrecht Early Music Festival 2014. It's the concerts from the Prague ensemble Tiburtina and the Polish Malgosia Fiebig, the carillon player from the Utecht Domtoren.
Tiburtina Ensemble plays 'Regina Lucti; the Grieving King': Spiritual and lyric poetry from around 1300 which was played at the court of King Wenceslaus II. For the first time in 700 years you can hear music and poetry dedicated to his wife, Judith van Habsburg, With among other things lovesongs from the king himself, from Walther von der Vogelweide and from Heinrich Frauenlob.
Tiburtina Ensemble is conducted by. Barbora Sojková, soprano and roman harp. The very popular soprano and harpist Hana Blažíková is a member of this Prague vocal ensemble, which from 1 t/m 7 May will be touring the Netherlands with music by Hildegard von Bingen.
In 'Oorlog en Muziek' the Utrecht carillon player Malgosia Fiebig takes on the challenging violin sonatas by Pandolfi Mealli, Biber and Schmelzer.
The recordings were made on 3rd September 2014 in the Pandhof of the Domtoren in Utrecht.
- Thursday 14 mei 2015, 20.00-22.00
- Friday 22nd May 2015, 15.00 – 17.00