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A double episode of Documento, our educational programme featuring early music. Within the context of Utrecht Muziekjaar 2014 (Utrecht Musical Year 2014) we pay attention to the Collegium Musicum Ultrajectinum.

The Collegium Musicum Ultrajectinum, part 1. 17th and 18th century music from the directory of this college in Utrecht.
In 1631 11 gentlemen of the Dutch nobility and the upper middle class of Utrecht established a society to make music together.This ‘Collegium Musicum Ultrajectinum’ partly defined the musical life in Utrecht until the 20th century.In this first of 2 episodes the history of the college in the 17th century will be discussed. The music you will hear is based on the directory of sheet music of the college from 1657
Thomas Simpson (1582-1628)1. Courante & Volta in d, à 5
2. Pavan “Schevil’s dolorosi” in a, à 5
Weser-Renaissance led by Manfred Cordes
(CPO 999 952-2)
Giovanni Battista Buonamente (ca 1595–1645)
3. Sonata quarta
4. Sonata quinta
5. Sonata a 2 violini e doi bassi
Monica Hugget, viool. Bruce Dickey, cornetto. Ensemble Galathea olv. Paul Beier
(Stradivarius STR 33603)
John Jenkins (1592–1671)
6. Fantasy for viola da gamba, no 6
7. Fantasy for viola da gamba, no 14
Spirit of Gambo
(Musica Ficta MF 8011)
Marco Uccellini (1603/1610–1680)
8. Sonata for solo instruments en basso continuo, opus 4 no 27
Ensemble Aurora led by Enrico Gatti
(Glossa GCD 921206)
Claude Lejeune (ca 1530–1600)
9. Psalm 100
10. Octonaires de la vanité et inconstance du monde; Areste, atens, ô mondain, où cours-tu?
11. Psalm 110, "Le toutpuissant à mon Seigneur et maistre"
Dirk Raphaelsz Camphuysen (1586–1627)
12. Stichtelycke rymen; Onnutt’ en schadelijcken arbeydt
Camerata Trajectina
(Globe GLO 6064)
Tarquinio Merula (ca 1595–1665)
13. Canzoni da suonare book 4 opus 17; Canzone La Cappellina
Ensemble Aurora led by Enrico Gatti
(Glossa GCD 921208)
CollegiumMusicumUltrajectum-Eene_Bydrage_tot_de_Geschiedenis_deThe Collegium Musicum Ultrajectinum, part 2. 17th and 18th century music from the directory of this college in Utrecht.In this second part we will continue with the 18th century. We will visit concert halls in het Vredenburg and Mariaplaats. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart will also drop by.
George Frideric Handel (1685 – 1759)
1.  Ouverture Tamerlano
2.  Ouverture Lotario
Brandenburg Consort led by Roy Goodman
(Hyperion CDS44271/3)
Francesco Geminiani (1687 – 1762)
3.  Concerto grosso nr 1 in d minor, according to Archangelo Corelli, ‘La follia’
Ensemble 415 led by Chiara Banchini
(Zig-Zag Territoires ZZT 316)
Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello (1690 – 1758)
Symphony for string orchestra in D major, opus 1 no. 1
4.  Allegro
5.  Adagio
6.  Presto
Concert voor violin, bassoon and string orchestra in B major, opus 1 no. 3
7.  Allegro
8.  Adagio e cantabile   
9.  Allegro
La Cetra Barockorchester Basel led by Václav Luks en David Plantier
(Glossa GCD 922506)
Joseph Schmitt (1734 – 1791)
Symphonie in G major. “Sinfonia periodique”
10. Allegro con brio
11. Largo
12. Allegro
New Dutch Academy led by Simon Murphy
(PentaTone PTC 5186 039)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)
13. Variations for keyboard instruments KV 24 in G major, “Laat ons juichen, Batavieren”
Ronald Brautigam (fortepiano)
(Bis 1633/36)
Thanks to the Centrale Discotheek Rotterdam.