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This afternoon three recordings of concerts with old and, this time, classical music. All three took place in Utrecht. You will hear the Protean Quartet with string quartets by Joseph Haydn and Franz Schubert, Ensemble Octagon with “Musikalische Exequien” by Heinrich Schütz and pianists Laura Granero and Artem Belogurov with Robert Schumann’s Lenau songs.

 

A) Fabulous Fringe – Protean Quartet
Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
1. String Quartet in G major op. 33/5
– Vivace assai
– Largo cantabile
– Scherzo allegro
– Finale (Allegretto)

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
2. String quartet no.13 in a minor ‘Rosamunde’ D804
– Allegro ma non troppo
– Andante
– Menuetto – Allegretto – Trio
– Allegro moderato

Protean Quartet: Javier Aguilar and Jesus Merino – violin, Ricardo Gil – viola, Kristina Chalmovska – cello
Recording: Festival of Early Music, August 30, 2019, TivoliVredenburg Utrecht
Sound engineering and production: Wijnand de Groot

B) Mourning and Consolation in Pietism.
Heinrich Schütz (1585-1672)
3. From Musikalische Exequien, SWV 279-281
– I Kyrie: Nacket bin ich aus den Mutterleibe kommen
– Gloria: Also hat Gott die Welt geliebt
– II Motette ‘Herr wenn ich nur dich
– III Canricum B. Simeonis

Ensemble Octagon conducted by Paul Valk, organ
Recording: February 7, 2020, Pieterskerk Utrecht
Sound engineering and production: Wijnand de Groot

C) Fabulous Fringe – Laura Granero and Artem Belogurov
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Lenau-Lieder Op. 90 (1850), arr. Laura Granero:
4. Lied eines Schmiedes
5. Meine Rose
6. Kommen und Scheiden
7. Die Sennin
8. Einsamkeit
9. Der schwere Abend

10. Intermezzo nach dem Op. 117 Nr. 2 von Johannes Brahms und zwei Liedern aus der Dichterliebe von Robert Schumann (2019)

Laura Granero and Artem Belogurov, fortepiano
Recording: Festival Oude Muziek, August 24, 2019, TivoliVredenburg Utrecht
Sound engineer: Theo van Soest, production: Wijnand de Groot

 

Supplement:
Robert Schumann
11. Sonata Elisen zum Andenken, op. 118b
Eric Le Sage, piano

 

In highlighted photo: Protean Quartet (source: The Violin Channel)

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