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27.09.2019
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Early music – the term seems to be self‑ explicit: centuries‑old works performed by present‑ day musicians in a manner possibly as close as possible to historical practice. Early music performance now has its own long and separate, highly specialised tradition. One should remember, however, that even the most careful research aiming to reconstruct the performance practice of the past is still nothing but a projection of our own vision of that past. So – is early music really ‘early’? Or perhaps now more ‘our own’? The ideas of the composers may be centuries old, but the vision of performance is quite contemporary. Some topics never become outdated; they have been reinterpreted for ages and remain fresh. The emotions described in medieval songs do not differ from those of our contemporaries. Only the form has changed, but the essence is the same. Those works of the past also inspire the composers of our day, who write completely new pieces for historical instruments. Bruno Helstroffer – an eager promoter of the theorbo – writes for this several‑ centuries‑old instrument. Can we still call this early music? Probably not. We cannot be certain to any extent that early works sound the same today as they did in the past. But it is paradoxes that prove the most fascinating.

Concerts
More Simply Philharmonic! | 1. Early Music – a Thing of the Past?
Early Music – a Thing of the Past? - Meeting the Future – Young Musicians Play the Baroque

In collaboration with the Poznań Baroque festival

Georg Muffat - Sonata in G Major No. 5 from the collection Armonico Tribut Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber - Sonatae tam aris quam aulis servientes (a selection):
Sonata in G Minor No. 10
Sonata in C Major No. 4
Alessandro Marcello - Concerto in D Minor for oboe and strings  Georg Philipp Telemann - Ouverture, Suite (TWV 55:D1) and Conclusion in D Major (TWV 50:D9) from the 2nd part of Tafelmusik
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Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 4 No. 11, RV 204 Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto in G Major, Op. 4 No. 3, RV 301 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto for Strings in G Minor, RV 156 Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto in D Minor, Op.4 No. 8, RV 249 Intermission [20'] Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto in C Major, Op. 4 No. 7, RV 185 Antonio Vivaldi - Concerto for Strings in C Major, RV 113 Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto in A Major, Op. 4 No. 5, RV 347 Antonio Vivaldi - Violin Concerto in A Minor, Op. 4 No. 4, RV 357
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Jean-Marie Leclair - Violin Sonata in A Minor, Op. 1 No. 1 Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach - Violin Sonata in G Minor Johann Sebastian Bach - Violin Sonata in B Minor, BWV 1014 Francesco Antonio Bonporti - Invenzione de Camera IV in G Minor Francesco Maria Veracini - Sonata in A Minor, Op. 1 No. 2 for violin and b.c.
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