Dunedin Consort: Beginning of the Revolution, Director John Butt

Dunedin Consort: Beginning of the Revolution, Director John Butt

Music in the University
Date: Monday 7 January 2019
Time: 13:10 - 14:00
Venue: Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow
Category: Concerts and music

Pavan  for two viols and organ,  Anonymous, c. 1600 (From the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book)

Two songs, accompanied by the lute – Henry Lawes

                i. “Come from the Dungeon”

                ii. “Why shouldst thou swear”  

Three pieces for treble and bass viols, accompanied by the harpsichord — John Jenkins, c. 1640

Suite of three pieces for the harpsichord, in D major — Henry Purcell, c. 1680 

Sonata for the harpsichord: The combat between David and Goliath, “Musical Representations of some Bible Stories” — Johann Kuhnau, 1700 

Sonata no. IV for the viola da gamba, accompanied by the harpsichord — Benedetto Marcello, c. 1720

Sonata no. VI. in E major, for the violin, accompanied by the harpsichord —  G. F. Handel, c. 1720

Prelude and fugue, no. VII, in E flat major, from the second book of the forty eight Preludes and Fugues — J. S. Bach

 “Cinquième Concert” — Jean Philipp Rameau, 1742


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