Lunchtime Event: Historical Performance Presentations @ ChamberFest Dublin 2021

Lunchtime Event: Historical Performance Presentations @ ChamberFest Dublin 2021

Thursday, 22 April 2021, 1.00pm

Lunchtime Event
Live-streamed from the Royal Irish Academy of Music at 1.00 pm

Historical Performance Presentations

Scordatura and “Cross-Tunings” in Folk and Classical Traditions
Erin Hennessey, baroque violin and Matthew Breen, harpsichord

Biber: Rosary Sonata No 2 in A Major, “The Visitation” (completed c. 1676, published 1905)
Tartini: Pastorale in A Major, B A16, Grave and Allegro (c.1731)
“Three Forks of Cheat” from the playing of the Hammons Family, West Virginia, recorded in 1947

Discovering Early Italian Violin Sonatas
Jenna Raggett, baroque violin and Matthew Breen, harpsichord

Cima: Sonata Prima for Violin and Violine from the collection of Concerti Ecceliasticci (Milano 1610)
Castello: Sonata Prima, Sonate Concertante in stil Moderno, Libro secondo (Venice, 1629)
Fontana: Sonata Seconda (Venice 1641)

Simplifying Bass Lines in Baroque Music
Alex Felle, double bass; Erin Hennessey, baroque violin; Jenna Raggett, baroque violin; Matthew Breen, harpsichord and Peadar Ó Loinsigh, baroque cello

Handel: Trio Sonata in F major, Op 5 No 6 HWV 401

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