Programmes

The shades of love

The most beautiful arias, cantatas and madrigals from the italian baroque tell about passion and love-sickness. A subject as old as music itself.
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Music at the Hanover court

Solo and chamber music works written by composers connected with the court in Hanover.
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From Krakow to Gdansk – a musical journey along the Vistula river

Music from the polish 17th and 18th century court and churches.
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Gondola ride through the baroque of Venice

Jealousy, unfulfilled love and despair – the most common affects, used in the early italian baroque, presented in fabulous duets and solo cantatas by venetian composers.
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Gloria in excelsis Deo

The joy of Nativity expressed in the 17th and 18th century Christmas music from the whole Europe.
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Si suoni la tromba

A musical celebration of brilliant voice and golden brass.
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Leçons de Ténèbres

The lamentations of Jeremiah by François Couperin (1668 – 1733). Music for the soul for the Easter season.
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Willst du dein Herz mir schenken...?

Pieces from the „Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach“ in Dialog with the polish masters of Early Music.
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