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Baronial Baroque

  • Wednesday 15 November 2017 - 5.30pm
  • Baronial Hall
  • £6 (£5)

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  • Programme:
  • JS BACH Violin Partita No.2 BWV 1004
    Allemanda

    Esme Lewis Violin

    JS BACH Cello Suite No.1 BWV 1007
    Corrente

    Levente Nagy Cello

    TELEMANN arr. Linde Fantasia No.1 TWV 40:2
    Vivace
    Allegro

    Alastair Niven Recorder

    HOTTETERRE Suite in E Minor (Premier Livre)
    Prelude
    Air. Le fleuri
    Gavotte. La Mitilde

    Beth Stone Baroque Flute
    Dr Martyn Shaw Harpsichord

    SUSATO Mille Ducas

    Alastair Niven, Florence Clarke, Mabel Dalgleish-King, Cathryn Nuta Recorders

    CPE Bach Trio Sonata in Bb Major Wq161
    Allegro

    Joanne Lee Flute
    Maddalena Ghielmi Violin
    Nina Rivas Cello
    Elizabeth Shepherd Harpsichord

    SUSATO Mille Regrets

    Alastair Niven, Florence Clarke, Mabel Dalgleish-King, Cathryn Nuta Recorders

    VIVALDI Cantata ‘All’ombra di sospetto’ RV 687
    Recitativo
    Aria – Larghetto
    Recitativo
    Aria – Allegro

    Daisy Mitchell and Helen Southernwood Sopranos
    Beth Stone Flute
    Cameron Hughes Cello
    Ben Collyer Harpsichord

    SUSATO Mourisque

    Alastair Niven, Florence Clarke, Mabel Dalgleish-King, Cathryn Nuta Recorders

    HANDEL Water Music. Suite No.2 HWV 349
    Alla Hornpipe
    HANDEL Water Music. Suite No.3 HWV 350
    Sarabande
    Minuet 1
    Minuet 2
    Gigue 1
    Gigue 2

    Alastair Niven Recorder
    Beth Stone Baroque Flute
    Steven Nichols and Shannon Harper Natural Trumpets
    Emily Douglas and Patrick Renehan Natural Horns
    Esme Lewis and Oliver Chatham Violins
    Juan Ignacio Marco Requena Viola
    Levente Nagy Cello
    Ben Collyer, Alastair Niven, Beth Stone Percussion
    Dr Martyn Shaw Director

Chetham’s students perform baroque repertoire on period instruments, in the intimate surroundings of Chetham’s Baronial Hall, dating from 1653. Directed by Dr Martyn Shaw, the School’s baroque ensembles perform regularly at the Royal Greenwich Early Music Festival and have worked with the Early Music Shop, Saltaire.

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