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  • Sir John Eliot Gardiner, English Baroque Soloists

    Sir John Eliot Gardiner, English Baroque Soloists
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Sir John Eliot Gardiner / Monteverdi Choir / English Baroque Soloists

06.06.2022 20:00,

Grand Auditorium

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English Baroque Soloists
Monteverdi Choir
Sir John Eliot Gardiner direction

Heinrich Schütz: «Freue dich des Weibes deiner Jugend» SWV 453
Heinrich Schütz: «Ist nicht Ephraim mein teurer Sohn» SWV 40
Johann Hermann Schein: «Da Jakob vollendet»
Heinrich Schütz: «Auf dem Gebirge» SWV 396
Heinrich Schütz: Musicalische Exequien SWV 279–281
Johann Sebastian Bach: Actus Tragicus BWV 106
Johann Sebastian Bach: «O Jesu Christ, meinʼs Lebens Licht» BWV 118
Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach: Bis: «Es ist nun aus mit meinem Leben»

During the baroque era, people were confronted with death much more frequently and as a matter of course. This was also reflected in music; Johann Sebastian Bach’s early Actus Tragicus and Heinrich Schütz’ Musicalische Exequien are outstanding examples. They will be combined at the Philharmonie together with more rarely-heard vocal works of smaller dimensions of the same era – in an interpretation suffused by the wisdom the performers have acquired over decades of studying the material’s musical and theological aspects. A pre-concert talk in German by Silke Leopold is dedicated to this topic at the Salle de Musique de Chambre at 7:15 pm.

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19:15, Salle de Musique de Chambre

Vortrag Silke Leopold: «Von Schütz zu Bach: Warum Mitteldeutschland in der Barockzeit musikalisch so lebendig war» (D)

Silke Leopold présentation