Affetti dell’anima

Improvisation and Onomatopoeic Elements
in 17th-Century Italian Music

Monday 03.08.2020 | 20:00 Troja Chateau
U Trojského zámku 1, Prague 7

Programme

Salomone Rossi (1570–1630)
Sinfonia Grave
Sonata terza sopra l’aria di Romanesca
 
Jacob van Eyck (1590–1657)
Fantasia en echo
 
Giuseppe Giamberti (1600–1663)
Ciaccona
 
Marco Uccellini (1603/1610–1680)
Sinfonia decima „A Gallana“
Aria quinta sopra La Bergamasca
Sonata La Luciminia contenta
 
Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (1644–1704)
Sonata representativa
 
Johann Josepf Fux (1660–1741)
Ricercar alla battala
Sinfonia in C major: Turcaria – Janitschara – Passagaglia – Posta Turcica
 
Concert with intermission. Expected end of the concert 22.00.
In case of bad weather the programme will take place inside Troja Chateau.

Artists

Concerto Aventino
Josef Žák, Jiří Sycha – baroque violin
Věra Kousalíková – baroque cello
Lukáš Vendl – harpsichord, positive organ
Marek Kubát – theorbo

Annotation

The last few months have taken us through perhaps the full spectrum of states of mind and heart that can be experienced in this world, from helplessness to hope, from sadness to joy, from loneliness to heartfelt enthusiasm for seeing each other again. In this sense, Jakub Kydlíček, a flautist and connoisseur of a wide palette of Italian musical feelings and expressions, and his ensemble Concerto Aventino will make it to the garden of the Troja chateau at the perfect moment. Together, they will present masters especially of the 17th century, and their thoughtfully constructed, onomatopoeic and often playful pieces. Salomone Rossi, Dario Castello, Marco Uccellini and other colleagues of theirs were able to express pain, love, hope, sadness, joy, tenderness, fighting spirit and determination ... The music will sound at times close to, at other times far off. A bird here, an echo there. A violin here, a guitar there. And August all around.

Venue

Troja Chateau

U Trojského zámku 1, Prague 7

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Partners of the concert

In collaboration with Prague City Gallery.