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Urban Strings © Promo
23.12.2018 Sun
6 pm

Tickets 18 € | reduced 11 €

gegensaitig - Barock am Vorweihnachtsabend

Urban Strings

Music often follows the elementary principles of repetition and change. On the evening before Christmas, this concert juxtaposes different Baroque works and experiments with repetition, reflection and variation, as well as different spaces, scenic tools and structural defamiliarization, in order to render the underlying concept and immanent architecture of the works perceptible. Renowned specialists for early music, Urban Strings, make use of "Scordatura" – a tuning technique popular during the Baroque period, which enables violinists to create unique sound spectra. They will be performing works by Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber, Johann Pachelbel and Johann Sebastian Bach – extravagant, poignant and technically brilliant chaconnes, canons, and variations for violins as well as organ soli, performed by Georg Kallweit and Tabea Höfer on the violin / viola, Walter Rumer on the G violone and Leo van Doeselaar on the organ.

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  • Violinen: Tabea Höfer
  • Violinen und Viola: Georg Kallweit
  • Orgel: Leo van Doeselaar
  • Violone: Walter Rumer

Programme

Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (1644-1704) Sonate IV "Die Darstellung im Tempel" (Mysteriensonaten) Ciacona für Violino discordato (A-D-A-D) und Basso continuo Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706) "Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan" Choralpartita für Orgel solo Johann Pachelbel aus: "Musicalische Ergötzung" 2 Violinen discordato (C-G-C-F) und Basso continuo Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Sonata BWV 1038 Largo - Vivace - Adagio - Presto Violine, Violine discordato (G-D-G-D) und Basso continuo Johann Sebastian Bach Duetto II und III BWV 803/ 804 Cembalo solo Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber Sonate XVI "Schutzengel"-Passagaglia (Mysteriensonaten) spartiert für Violine und Viola Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber aus: "Harmonia Artificioso-Ariosa, Diversimodè accordata" Partita VI: Praeludium - Aria - Variatio - Finale 2 Violinen und Basso continuo

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