Sempre un po´di follia

Sempre un po´di follia…

Vášně a nespoutaný temperament v hudbě 16. a 17. století

Neděle 2. 8. 2009, 18.30 hod.
Letohrádek Hvězda, Liboc, Praha 6

Echo du Danube (Rakousko)
Elisabeth Seitz – psalterium
Johanna Seitz – harfa
Michael Dücker – loutna
Christian Zincke – viola da gamba, umělecký vedoucí

Letohrádek Hvězda hostil na jubilejní festivalové přehlídce charismatický rakouský soubor Echo du Danube. Ten v čele s gambistou Christianem Zinckem připravil ryze temperamentní program, na kterém nechybělo fandango, gagliarda napolitana, tarantella, the-second-witches-dance či tři tance follia (it. ztřeštěnost). Na parketu se přitom potkali skladatelé za čtyř zemí např. J. Dowland, G. B. Vitali, D. Ortiz a C. de Rore, jejichž skladby soubor oživil v našich krajích vzácně znějícími hudebními nástroji – psalterium, historická harfa, loutna či gamba.

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Sempre un po´di follia…

Passion and exuberance in the music of the 16th and 17th centuries

Sunday 2 August 2009, 6.30 pm
Summer Pavilion Hvězda, Liboc, Prague 6

Echo du Danube (Austria)
Elisabeth Seitz
– psaltery
Johanna Seitz
– harp
Michael Dücker
– lute
Christian Zincke – viola da gamba, artistic director

On the occasion of the festival’s jubilee, the summer pavilion of Hvězda hosted the charismatic Austrian ensemble Echo du Danube. With the gamba player Christian Zincke at its head, the group prepared a truly spirited programme featuring such diverse forms as fandango, gagliarda napolitana, tarantella, the-second-witches-dance and follia (Italian for „folly“). Composers from four countries were brought together on the stage, including J. Dowland, G. B. Vitali, D. Ortiz and C. de Rore. The uniqueness of the evening was enhanced by the sound of some nowadays rarely heard instruments such as the the psaltery and the historical harp in combination with the lute and viola da gamba.

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Sempre un po´di follia…

Passion and exuberance in the music of the 16th and 17th centuries

Sunday 2 August 2009, 6.30 pm
Summer Pavilion Hvězda, Liboc, Prague 6

Echo du Danube (Austria)
Elisabeth Seitz
– psaltery
Johanna Seitz
– harp
Michael Dücker
– lute
Christian Zincke – viola da gamba, artistic director

On the occasion of the festival’s jubilee, the summer pavilion of Hvězda hosted the charismatic Austrian ensemble Echo du Danube. With the gamba player Christian Zincke at its head, the group prepared a truly spirited programme featuring such diverse forms as fandango, gagliarda napolitana, tarantella, the-second-witches-dance and follia (Italian for „folly“). Composers from four countries were brought together on the stage, including J. Dowland, G. B. Vitali, D. Ortiz and C. de Rore. The uniqueness of the evening was enhanced by the sound of some nowadays rarely heard instruments such as the the psaltery and the historical harp in combination with the lute and viola da gamba.

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