Sypert Summer Concert 2017

Date: 
Sunday, June 4, 2017
Time: 
7.30 pm
Season/No: 
2017, first concert

First in a series of three concerts in the Sypert Summer Concert Series 2017
Grand Tour - the art of the duo and trio sonata

Participant(s): 

Il Rossignolo

Martino Noferi - recorder/oboe
Marcia Testi - transverse flute
Ottaviano Tenerani - harpsichord

Work(s) / Composer(s) / Opus No(s): 

Programme

Essercizii Musici, Trio XI - TWA 42.d4 ... Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
for transverse flute, oboe and basso continuo
   Largo
   Allegro
   Affettuoso
   Presto

Suite de Pièces en Trio ... Marin Marais (1656-1728)
   Prelude
   Fantaisie
   Sarabande
   Rondeau
   Menuet
   Plainte
   Passacaglia

Trio for recorder, transverse flute and basso continuo ... Johann Christoph Pepusch (1667-1752)
   Adagio
   Allegro
   Adagio
   Vivace

Trio for transverse flute, oboe d'amore and basso continuo ... Antonio Lotti (1666-1740)
   Vivace
   Largo
   Allegro

Sonata in A minor for transverse flute and basso continuo ... Tomaso Albinoni (1671-1750)
   Adagio
   Allegro
   Largo
   Vivace

Sonata RV 806 for recorder and basso continuo ... Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
   Andante
   Allegro
   Largo
   Allegro

Sonata in D minor for recorder, transverse flute and basso continuo ... Giuseppe Sammartini (1695-1750)
   Adagio
   Allegro
   Largo
   Allegro


   
 

Instrument / Organ Specification: 
Group/Ensemble: 
Programme: 
8-page white A4 folded
Programme Notes: 

Brief general programme notes

Ticket and/or Programme Price(s): 
Tickets £18 (series ticket for 3 concerts £45)/ £16 senior citizens (over 60) series ticket (39)/ £5 students, children and unwaged. Tickets available on the door or from The Queen's Hall Box Office, 85-59 Clerk Street, Edinburgh EH8 9JG. Programme free
Publicity and Reviews: 

Brochure giving details of all three concerts in The Sypert Summer concert series 2017 - 4,17 June and 9 July, 'Early Music Concerts at St Cecilia's Hall'.

Printer(s): 
Reid School of Music
Notes: 

At the back of the programme there is a photograph and short article on the harpsichord used in the concert.

This concert is generously supported by Dr George and Dr Joy Sypert.  
Thanks also to the Friends of St Cecilia's Hall, William Hendry and the staff from the Music Museum.