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Early Delights

A Sunday hour with early music goodies.

Your Sunday afternoon will be filled with baroque and renaissance music from  Italy, Germany and Flanders.

Lorenzo Gaetano Zavateri (1690-1764)
1. Violin Concerto in G major, opus 1 no. 12, “A tempesta di mare” (1735)
– I Allegro e con spirito – adagio
– II Adagio e piano
– III Allegro ma aperto
The Basel Chamber Orchestra led by Julia Schröder, violin
(CD: Bologna 1666. Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 88985315592, 2017)

Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer (around 1656-1746)
2. Suite for 2 trumpets and string section in D minor, opus 1 no. 4 (1695)
– I Ouverture
– II Entrée
– III Rondeau
– IV Gavotte
– V Menuet
– VI Passacaille
L’Orfeo Barockorchester led by Michi Gaigg
(CD: Le Journal du Printemps opus 1. CPO 777 150-2, 2007)

Dietrich Buxtehude (1637 – 1707)
3 Trio Sonata in A, opus 1 no. 3, BuxWV 254
Arcangelo: Sophie Gent, violin. Jonathan Manson, viola da gamba. Thomas Dunford, lute. Jonathan Cohen, harpsichord and ensemble leader
(CD: Buxtehude: Trio Sonatas opus 1. Alpha 367, 2017)

Benedetto Pallavicino (1551 – 1601)
4 Era l’anima mia
5 Cruda Amarilli
Daltrocanto led by Dario Tabbia
(CD: Madrigali su testi del Guarini. Symphonia SY 05214, 2006 / Pan Classics PC10280, 2013)

Peter Philips (1560 – 1628)
6 Le bel ange du ciel
7 Hodie nobis de caelo

Additional:
Nicolaus a Kempis (ca 1600 – 1676)
8 Symphonia III
Huelgas Ensemble led by Paul van Nevel
(CD: The ear of Theodoor van Loon. Cypres Records CYP 1679, 2018)

 

Photo: L’Orfeo Barockorchester

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