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Listeners will venture into unusual realms of sonic imagination by virtue of the daring experiments in melody, harmony, counterpoint, and other musical elements heard in these 16th- and 17th-century works.
Christopher Simpson: Little Consort: Suite in G minor-major
William Byrd: John come kiss me now (from The Fitzwilliam Virginal Book)
John come kiss me now (from The Fitzwilliam Virginal Book)
Matthew Locke: For Several Friends: Suite in B flat major
Henry Purcell: Bonduca, Z. 574, "The British Heroine"
Bonduca, Z. 574, "The British Heroine": Overture
Henry Purcell: Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577
Distress'd Innocence, Z. 577: III. Slow Aire
Henry Purcell: The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last"
The Virtuous Wife, Z. 611, "Good Luck at Last": IV. Air
Henry Purcell: The Married Beau, Z. 603, "The Curious Impertinent"
The Married Beau, Z. 603, "The Curious Impertinent": Hornpipe on a Ground
Henry Purcell: The Fairy Queen, Z. 629
The Fairy Queen, Z. 629: Dance of the Chinese Man and Woman
Henry Purcell: Pavan in B flat major, Z. 750
Pavan in B flat major, Z. 750
Henry Purcell: Abdelazar, Z. 570, "The Moor's Revenge": I. Overture
Abdelazar, Z. 570, "The Moor's Revenge": VII. Hornpipe
“The performers have gone to great lengths to achieve an authentic sound. Rachel Barton Pine plays a late-Renaissance era fiddle rather than a Baroque violin...But what really seizes the ear is the unfailing grace, energy and expressivity of the three players. The music may be extravagant but the performances are well-balanced.”
15th May 2014
“This delightfully played recital, very well recorded in Nichols Concert Hall at the Music Institute of Chicago, will appeal strongly to those who have followed the trio’s earlier European jaunts.”
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