Sypert Summer Concert 2014

Saturday, June 14, 2014
1.10 pm
2014, second concert

Second in a series of three concerts in the Sypert Summer Concert Series 2014
Venetian Graces: instrumental music from 17th century Venice and beyond


Theresa Caudle - violin and cornett
Rebecca Miles - violin and recorder
Emily White - violin and sackbut
Alastair Ross - organ and harpsichord

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 


Sonata con tre violini ... Giovanni Gabrieli (1553/6-1612)

Sinfonia Prima
Gagliarda terza detta 'La Favorita'
La Sua Corrente ... Salamone Rossi (1570?-c.1630)

Sonata seconda à sopran solo ... Dario Castello (early 17th century)

O quam tu pulchra es ... Alessandro Grandi (1575/80-1630)

Sonata Terza ... Giovanni Batista Fontana (d. c.1630)

Canzon sesta à due, canto e basso ... Girolamo Fescobaldi (1583-1643)

Prima sonata à due soprani ... Dario Castello

Sonata 16 à tre violini ... Giovanni Batista Fontana


Il Monteverde - Balletto Alemano a due
Sonata sopra 'Fuggi dolente core'
Sonata Terza per tre violini
Passacaglia à 4 ... Biagio Marini (1587-1663)

Toccata Settima ... Michelangelo Rossi (1601/02-1656)

Canzon nona per doi violini e flauto ... Giovanni Picchi (early 17th century)

Canzone 'La Loda' à 2 violini
Chiaccona - Canzone à 2 violini ... Tarquinio Merula (1590/95-1665)

Capriccio 10 à tre cornetti o violini
Capriccio 26 à tre cornetti ... Johann Vierdanck (c.1605-1646)



8-page white A4 folded (with keyboard photo header)
Programme Notes: 

Programme notes by Theresa Caudle

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Tickets £14 (senior citizens £10, students/unwaged £5) Available on the door or from the Queen's Hall Box Office, 0131 668 2019
Reid School of Music

A note about the instruments:
Two of our violins are made locally in Bishops Waltham by Paul Denley, matched copies of the 17th century Brescian make Maggini, and all three are set up as they would have been in these very early days of violin-making and make a significantly different sound to more commonly heard baroque violins set up for music of a century later.  Our wind instruments are also faithful modern copies of originals.  Theresa Caudle
Programme includes a paragraph on the harpsichord and organ used in this evening's performance by Dr Darryl Martn, Principal Curator, Music Instrument Museums, Edinburgh, St Cecilia's Hall.

This concert is generously supported by Dr George and Dr Joy Sypert.
Thanks also to the Friends of St Cecilia's Hall.