Sunday 8 April 2018 3:00PM
Transforming Spanish Sexuality: The Chaconne
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This concert will be approximately 1 hour in duration, without an interval
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- O/MODERNT Soloists
- Priya Mitchell violin
- Luciana Mancini mezzo-soprano
- Karl Nyhlin theorbo
- Christoph Sommer theorbo
- Cecilia Knudsen viola da gamba
- Nora Thiele percussion
O/Modernt recognises that magical transformations can occur when familiar things are approached from fresh angles.
This enchanting programme traces the roots of well-known chaconnes by Purcell and Bach to their likely origins in the sultry, seductive sounds of the Spanish chaconne.
Programme to include:
Original Spanish chaconnes
- Programme to include:
Henry Purcell (c.1659-1695)
- Chacony in G minor Z730
The Fairy Queen Z629
King Arthur Z628
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
- Chaconne in D minor BWV1004