La rose de Paris
A Garland of Telemann’s Paris Quartets,
Blavet’s Duets and Ficher’s “Flowery” Passacaglia
U Trojského zámku 1, Prague 7
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767)
Paris Quartet No. 4 in B minor
Paris Quartet No. 6 in E minor
Jean-Féry Rebel (1666–1747)
Musette & Rigaudon; Passepied, Bourrée & Rigaudon
(from Les Plasiris champêtre)
Johann Caspar Ferdinand Fischer (1656–1746)
Passacaille (from Musicalisches Blümen-büschlein)
Marin Marais (1656–1728)
La sonnerie de Sainte Geneviève du Mont de Paris
Michel Blavet (1700–1768) / Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683–1764)
La Rose (from Les Indes galantes, Rondeau pour les fleurs)
Concert with intermission. Expected end of the concert 22.00.
In case of bad weather the programme will take place inside Troja Chateau.
Collegium Marianummusic ensemble
Jana Semerádováartistic director, musical direction
Lenka Torgersenbaroque violin, concert master
Lenka Torgersen – baroque violin
Vojtěch Semerád – baroque violin
Hana Fleková – viola da gamba
Jana Semerádová – flauto traverso
Filip Hrubý – harpsichord
“While music, which affords me many of my most heart-felt pleasures, is my field and plough, I have recently become attached to another suitor – the love of flowers.” So said George Philipp Telemann in 1742, revealing one of his greatest passions in life, known practically throughout Europe. For his pleasure his friend Georg Friedrich Händel would even sent him the most beautiful flowers and bulbs from all over England, which did not, however, prevent Telemann from growing his own kind of peony...
Even from his garden, the German giant drew inspiration that still touches the hearts of the listeners, as it arises from the earth and ascends to heaven. Collegium Marianum with Jana Semerádová will complement his music with musical buds from Jean-Féry Rebel and Michel Blavet. Will they be able to cheer up the faces of the stone Titans on the steps of Troja chateau?
U Trojského zámku 1, Prague 7Show on map
Partners of the concert
In collaboration with Prague City Gallery.