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Attention for a number of concerts in the Netherlands with early music. In De Waag in Leiden, the Netherlands, concerts are given on a regular basis with early music as theme. Such as the concerts by In Stil Moderno and the Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet.

The ensemble In Stil Moderno (2 violins, 3 trombones and an organ) gives a concert on Wednesday 11 March with early baroque music from Venice. The renowned Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet, back in their old composition, will give a concert on Wednesday 15 April with music by Sweelinck, Purcell and Palestrina. For more info you can click here.
Of these two Dutch ensembles you will hear a few recordings taken from CD.
1. Giovanni Gabrieli (ca.1553/6-1612).
Canzon Prima à 5.
2. Giovanni Battista Riccio (fl.1609-1621).
Canzon La Zaneta à 4. Doi Soprani & doi Bassi.
3. Dario Castello (early 17th century).
Sonata Quarta à 2. Sopran è Trombon overo Violeta.
4. Biagio Marini (ca.1587-1663).
La Marina Canzone à 3. Doi Tromboni è Cornetto o Violino.
5. Bastian Chilese (fl. 1608).
Canzon Vigesimaseconda à 5.
6. Giovanni Picchi (fl.1600-1625).
Canzon Terza à due voci. Trombone, & Violino.
7. Giovanni Battista Riccio.
Ave Maria à 3. Basso, Tenor & Contrealto.
8. Dario Castello.
Sonata Decima Quarta à 4. Doi Soprani e due Tromboni overo Violete.
In Stil Moderno: Mimi Mitchell and Heidi Erbrich, baroque violin. Timothy Dowling, alto and tenor trombone. Cas Gevers, tenor trombone. Vincent Rombouts, bass trombone. Stephen Taylor, organ.
(De Haske Classical, DHR 197.038, 1997)
9. Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621).
Tes beaux yeux.
(NM Classics 92100)
10. Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (1525-1594).
Ricercar del primo tuono.
(CCS SA 19403)
11. Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782).
From Quartet in A-major:
– Allegro.
– Grazioso.
(CCS SA 22205)
Henry Purcell (1659-1695).
12. Chacony in G minor. Z. 730.
13. Fantazia 8 Z. 739.
(CCS 16998)
Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet: Daniël Brüggen, Bertho Driever, Paul Leenhouts (no. 9, 12 and 13)/Daniel Koschitzki (no. 10 and 11), Karel van Steenhoven, recording.
Addition:
Georg Friedrich Händel.
Courante from Suite in g-minor.
Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet.
(CCS SA 22205)

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