Next week we actually have two reasons to celebrate: our Trio exists five years and in our audience we will have a couple that celebrates its 47th wedding anniversary that same day! A reason to bring their preferred music piece. Which one it is, is still a surprise. And as such you see it written down in the programme which we reveal today.
|1||Händel||1585-1659||Tecum Principium||Dixit Dominus|
|2||Purcell||1659-1695||Cold Song||Opéra King Arthur|
|3||Haydn||1732-1809||Einleitung Winter (Hiver)||Die Jahreszeiten Les Saisons|
|Simon et Hanne||Der Winter|
|4||Schubert||1797-1828||Der Leiermann||Winterreise Voyage hivernal|
|5||Boismortier||1689-1755||Les vents brisent leurs chaînes||Les quatre saisons L’Hyver|
|6||Händel||Süsse Stille, sanfte Quelle||9 Deutsche Arien nr. 4|
|7||Delalande||1657-1726||Sustinuit anima mea||De Profundis|
|8||Vivaldi||1678-1741||Largo Winter Largo Hiver||The four Seasons Les 4 Saisons: L’Hiver|
|9||Vivaldi||All’ombra di sospetto||Cantata RV 687|
|11||Dowland||Flow my tears|
|12||Händel||Se un dì m’adora||Cantata Mi palpita il cor|
We wil bring pieces by Vivaldi, Haydn and Boismortier. All three of them have composed a work named “Four Seasons”. And of course we have chosen other winter-pieces too as our concert is called “Winter Silence”. Great to have found pieces by Schubert and Purcell with Winter as theme as well.
Yes, I realise that winter seems far away at the moment, at least here in the Ardennes. Already trees are blossoming in the Arboretum and I feel that my hay feaver allergy is not far away either, regrettably. But we are looking forward to offering you this magnificent music!
Welcome in the church in Dochamps coming Sunday 26 January at 16.00 hrs!