Künstlersekretariat - Astrid Schoerke

Maurice Steger – Souvenirs

Everyone has the odd souvenir at home to revisit fond memories. The same goes for the Austrian Count of Harrach, who travelled frequently as a diplomat, statesman and even viceroy of Naples. To satisfy his penchant for art and music, he also collected musical works, which he took home as a souvenir. Himself a passionate player of the recorder, his collection contains a wealth of yet unknown works for the recorder, which Maurice Steger is now reviving.

 

Nicola Fiorenza  (Napoli nach 1700-1764)
Sonata a-Moll für Altblockflöte und b.c.
Amoroso e Largo – Allegro – Largo – Allegro

Andrea Falconiero Canzoni del sei’cento di, Napoli 1625
‘Il Spiritillo’ – ‚El Melo’ – ‚La suave melodia’

Nicola Antonio Porpora  (1686-1768)
Sonata per cello e basso continuo in F-Dur
Largo – Allegro – Adagio – Allegro ma non tanto

Signor Gleitsmann  (um 1730)
Capriccio in c-Moll für Laute solo
Passacaglia

Giovanni Antonio Piani (1678-1760)
Sonata IV in D-Dur
Preludio. Grave, é affettuoso – Corrente. Allegro, é spiccato – Aria. Allegro – Andate – Allegro

*Pause*

Giovanni Adolfo Hasse (1699-1783)
Cantata per flauto e basso in D-Dur
(Allegro) – Adagio – Allegro

Leonardo Leo (1694-1744)
Toccata II in g-Moll und VI in C Dur für Cembalo solo, Napoli ca. 1730

Giuseppe Sammartini (1693 – 1750)
Sonata in G-Dur, op. 2
Andante – Allegro – Affettuoso – Allegro assai

 

This program can be presented in various ensemble sizese.g. as duo recital, small chamber music ensemble, small orchestra (historical or modern) or symphony orchestra. As an example for Quartet:

Maurice Steger       Blockflöte
Mauro Valli             Barockcello und Violoncello piccolo
Daniele Caminiti    Theorbe und Barockgitarre
Naoki Kitaya           Cembalo und Truhenorgel

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