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Spick and span

01August18:00Spick and spanBrunnenthal near Schärding - Baroque Church Brunnenthal


Georg Philipp Telemann: March in F major (for the price shooting of the Francfort canonry) TWV 50:43, for 2 corni da caccia, 3 oboes and bassoon
Ouverture á 5 in F major TWV 44:12, for 2 oboes, 2 corni da caccia and a thorough bass
Menuet in C major TWV 40:110, for two corni da caccia without a bass from Der getreue Music-Meister (1728/29)
Suite in F major TWV 44:13, for 2 oboes, 2 corni da caccia and bassoon
Johann Mattheson: Trio in g minor op.1 no. 3 (1708), for 3 recorders
Conrad Friedrich Hurlebusch: Suite in c minor from Compositioni musicali per il cembalo, Hamburg (c. 1735), for Harpsichord solo
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach:March in F major H 637 no. 1, for 2 corni da caccia, 2 oboes and bassoon
Georg Friedrich Handel: Aria in F major HWV 411, for 2 corni da caccia, 2 oboes and bass
Reinhard Keiser: Ouverture à 4 in D major for 3 oboes and bassoon

L’Orfeo Bläserensemble:
Carin van Heerden, Philipp Wagner and Anabel Röser, oboe and recorder
Stephan Katte and Jens Pribbernow, natural horn
Makiko Kurabayashi, bassoon
Alexander Gergelyfi, harpsichord

„Spick and span“ is how the hautboy players were described as they preceded the Frankfurt artilleries in 1716. Apparently they played a march by Georg Philipp Telemann especially composed for the occasion. These regimental hautboy players didn’t only play during military parades though but also entertained their audiences with the finest art music for 2 oboes, 2 horns and bassoon. The programme otherwise focuses on works from Telemann’s Hamburg period. In Hamburg he enjoyed a high reputation and was exceedingly active. Works by his Hamburg colleagues Reinhard Keiser, Johann Mattheson, Conrad Friedrich Hurlebusch and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach are also included – along with George Frederic Handel, with whom Telemann was in regular correspondence.


Sonntag, 1. August 2021 18:00

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