Krommenie on 20th January 2013

Il Tempo dell’Affetto will perform on

20th January 2013, -15:00-17:00 at Schuilkerk in Krommenie!

Here is our accomplished program.

First half, we introduce “musique de chambre” written for the LoisXIV’s court in 18th century in France.
You will find quite some influence from Italy in Couperin trio and Rebel’s dance suite, but it is combined well with full of french ‘esprit’!

We made special arrangement for our unique instruments combination!

Second half is focused on Telemann and C.P.E.Bach, both important for establishment of galant style in 18th century Germany influenced after french Rococo.

On Telemann’s famous ’Quatour’ from Tafelmusik, you will find how he was genius to bring out each character of instruments and harmonized them into one.

Special guest player; Gudrun Waldek as Oboe!!

I.Musique de la Chambre de Roy

Marin Marais

Prelude uit Suite I in C

uit “Piece en Trio pour flutes, violons & dessus de viole ” (1692, Paris)

François Couperin

<La Françoise> uit “Les Nation” (1726, Paris)

Jean Baptiste Antoine Forqueray

<La Silva> en <La Montigni> uit Suite V uit “Pièces de viole composées par Mr. Forqueray le

    Pere mises en pièces de clavecin”  (1747, Paris) *harpsichord solo

Jean Féry Rebel

<Les Caractéres de la Danse> (1715, Paris)

II. Rococo en Galant in Duitsland

Georg Philipp Telemann

Ouverture en sol mineur pour Hautbois TWV41:g4

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Duette für eine Flöte und eine Violine in e uit “Musikalisches Vielerley” (1770, Hamburg)

Georg Philipp Telemann

    Quatuor en sol majeur  uit “Tafelmusik ou Musique de Table” premiere production

    (1733, Hamburg)

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