Historical Concert

Date: 
Thursday, December 3, 1896
Season/No: 
1896-97, Concert II of V

Old music on old instruments, chiefly English and French harpsichord music

Participant(s): 

Mrs Elodie Dolmetsch - harpsichord
Mr Arnold Dolmetsch - viola d'amore, harpsichord
Miss Hélène Dolmetsch - viola da gamba

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

Part I
1. (a) Preludium.  (b) Sellenger's round ... William Byrd (d. 1623)

2. Pavan for two viols and the virginals ... anon.

3. (a) Fantazie in foure parts ... Orlando Gibbons (b. 1583, d. 1625)
  (b) "Nancie." ... Thomas Morley (b. 1557)
  (c) "Muscadin," ... anon.

4. A piece for two virginals ... Giles Farnaby  (d. 1630)

5. "The Lady Katherine Audley's bells," for two viols ... John Jenkins (b. 1592, d. 1678)

6. Sixth Suite for the harpsichord:  Prelude. Allmand. Courant. ... Henry Purcell (b. 1658, d. 1695)

Part II
7. Suite:  Allemande. Courante. Saraband. Gavotte ... Jean Baptiste Lulli (b. 1633, d. 1687)

8. Allemande pour deux Clavecins (1716) ... François Couperin (b. 1668, d. 1733)

9. Chaconne for the Viola da Gamba, accompanied by the harpsichord (1696) ... Marin Marais (b. 1656, d. 1728)

10. Four pieces from the "Quatorzième Ordre" ... François Couperin
 (a) "Le Rossignol en amour," and ite "double,"   (b) "La Linote éfarouchée."
 (c) "Les Fauvètes plaintives."  (d) "Le Rossignol vainqueur" (1722)

11. Musette de Taverni, for the Harpsichord and Viola d'amore (1722) ... François Couperin

12. Three pieces of the "Dix-huitième Ordre" ... François Couperin
 (a) "Sœur Monique." (b) "Le tic-toc-choc, ou les Maillotins."  Pièce croisée.
 (c) Le Gaillard boiteux."  Dans le goût burlesque (1722)

Programme: 
4 page programme
Programme Notes: 

No programme notes