Oude Muziek '20/'21
Dit concert is al geweest. Bekijk hieronder de serie Oude Muziek '20/'21:
- Ensemble Dives Sonis, Marjon Strijk, Gabriëlle Nijhuis, Henk van Zonneveld, Diederik van Dijk, Barbara Erdner und Isidro Albarreal Delgado - 30 Oktober 2020
- Blokfluitkwartet BRISK und Laurens de Man - 27 November 2020
- Fantasticus - 29 Januar 2021
- Niek Baar und Kristian Bezuidenhout - 6 Februar 2021
- Apollo Ensemble - 13 März 2021
Bach, Telemann and the heyday of the traverso
In the Edesche Concert Hall Jacques Ogg and Wilbert Hazelzet play music by Bach, Telemann and their French contemporaries. "We've chosen the heyday of the traverso," says Jacques Ogg. Special about the played pieces is that they often exist in two versions. "The sonata we're playing from Leclair was originally published as a violin sonata. But in the front of the original edition is the remark: 'You can play this sonata on the flute as well'. There are even two independent versions of the middle sections; one for violin and one for flute" Both gentlemen have translated this baroque tradition into Bach's famous First Trio Sonata. Originally Bach wrote them for organ, but in the Edesche Concert Hall you will hear this masterpiece on traverso and harpsichord. A golden combination!
Jacques Ogg on Bach's famous Triosonate :
"Through these discoveries we felt strengthened to make a transcription of Bach's Triosonate BWV 525. Bach originally wrote it for organ, but with some minor adjustments it also sounds fine on traverso and harpsichord. It will undoubtedly be a feast of recognition for the public."
(Read the interview with Jacques Ogg.)
Wilbert Hazelzet is without doubt one of the best baroque flutists in the world. For years he was a member of the famous Musica Antique Köln, with which he could be heard on all major stages in Europe, the United States, China, India and Japan. Since 1978 Wilbert Hazelzet is solo flautist of the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra of Ton Koopman. With this orchestra he made reference recordings for record labels such as Deutsche Grammophon, Harmonia Mundi and Glossa
Jacques Ogg is as skilled on the harpsichord as he is on the fortepiano. He studied with the legendary Dutch harpsichordist Gustav Leonhardt. For years Ogg was a member of the famous Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century and played regularly with Concerto Palatino.
Since the year 2000, Jacques Ogg has been artistic director of the Lyra Baroque Orchestra in St Paul, Minnesota. Numerous recordings appeared by his hand, of which those of Bach's Goldberg Variations have become best known.
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