Banchetto musicale

Banchetto musicale

Aeolus, 2007

AE 10156

EAN: 4026798101565

Audio sample:

J.H. Schein - Suite (fragm.)

€ 18.00

The program ranges from the 17th to the 21st century. The names Johann Hermman Schein, Tarquinio Merula and Johann Sebastian Bach stand for the treasures of early recorder music. Ralph Vaughan William's wonderful and seldom-heard "Suite for Pipes" leads into the contemporary repertoire, represented by works of Piet Swerts, Jan Van Roost and Frans Geysen that are lively, imaginative and of unheard-of sonic beauty: It is not without reason that numerous compositions have been dedicated to the Flanders Recorder Quartet. An expressive improvisation in medieval style is also offered.

Tracklist:

Suite No. 20 (from "Banchetto musicale") G minor Johann Hermann Schein (1586-1630)
Praeludium (Fantasia) & Fuga C minor [BWV 537] Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
La Marcha Tarquinio Merula (c.1590-1665)
La Livia Tarquinio Merula (c.1590-1665)
Suite for Pipes: Intrada - Minuet - Valse - Finale (Jig) Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
Three Gadgets: Catch Phrases - Theatre of the Absurd - Flashing Flutes Piet Swerts (*1960)
I Continenti: Asia - South America - Oceania - North America - Africa Jan Van der Roost (*1956)
Czaldy Waldy - La Manfredina - La Rotta della Manfredina (c.1400, arr. FRQ) Anonymus
op de fles Frans Geysen (*1936)
La Bizzarra Nicolò Corradini (?-1646)

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Lebbeke, Belgium

April 28, 2018

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NEWS

March 26, 2018

EDINBURGH BACH CONCERT: RESCHEDULED!
Our 17 March Edinburgh concert could not take place owing to travel delays caused by cancellation of flights at London Heathrow Airport. Together with the Georgian Concert Society, wer’re delighted to announce that the concert has been re-scheduled for Saturday 21 April 2018 at 7.30pm at St Andrew’s and St George’s West Church, 13 George Street, Edinburgh EH2 9PA. Ticket holders can use the tickets for Saturday 17 March for this concert. Ticket holders who cannot attend the re-scheduled concert can apply for a refund by sending their tickets to the Administrator at 64 Brunswick Street, Edinburgh EH7 5HU together with a note of the name and address and a cheque will be sent out. Refunds must be claimed by Friday 13 April 2018. Ticket holders who bought their tickets from The Queen’s Hall Box Office should apply to The Queen’s Hall for refunds.