Künstlersekretariat - Astrid Schoerke

“Les Nations”

Maurice Steger recorder
Amandine Beyer baroque violin
Daniel Rosin baroque violoncello
Sebastian Wienand harpsichord

Baroque composers are accompanied on their journeys through Europe and thus, as well as through the instrumentation itself, temperaments and moods from Italy, France, England and Germany, among others, are united.

Francesco Turini
Sonata per due canti
Intermezzo ‚E tanto tempo hormai’
Sonata per due canti e basso ‚Il Corisino’

Francesco Maria Veracini
Sonata A-minor per flauto e basso continuo
Overtura – Allemanda Allegro – Paesana – Largo – Giga ‘Il Postiglione’
from Sonate a Violino o Flauto solo, Opera prima, Dresden 1721

Johann Sebastian Bach
Toccata D major for harpsichord solo, BWV 912

Georg Friedrich Handel
Trio a flauto, violin e basso in C minor, HWV 386
Cantabile – Allegro – Andante – Allegro

intermission

Jean-Marie Leclair
Sonata IV op. 5 for violin & b.c. in B flat major, troisième livre
Adagio – Allegro ma non tropo – Sarabanda. Largo – Ciacconna (avec un violoncelle obligato)

Francesco Geminiani
Sonata III C major for violoncello and b.c.
Andante – Allegro – Affetuoso – Allegro
Sonates pour le Violoncelle et Basse Continue, op.5 (1746)

Antonio Vivaldi
Concerto D major RV 92 for recorder, violin and Basso continuo
Allegro – (……..) – Allegro

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