- Flute, it's Bach ...
- Play oboe, resonate cantatas!
- From London to Verona, a new map of the Tendre
- A Christmas in Europe
- In the whirlwind of the Serenissima
- A four-dimensional concert
- The garden of Mr Melante
- Telemann: The Harmonischer Gottes-Dienst
- Bach for 3 or 4
- Endless Pleasure...
- Boccherini at the court of Spain
- De Scylla à Platée, Love parties
- In Furore
- Handel in Italy
- A sacred concert at Naples
- Le Passionni dell' Anima
- Heroines of tragedy
- Giovanni Battista Pergolesi & Nicola Porpora
Flute, it's Bach ...
Soprano, flute, two violins, viola, cello, harpsichord
When Johann Sebastian BACH's genius takes counterpoint to compose not only his mysterious fugues but also most of his works, he creates a polyphonic world apart, using multiple voices that respond to each other, singers, violins, basso continuo , and also wind instruments, which are often true soloists.
Our ensemble therefore wished to invite a flute to accompany its soprano, and naturally interpret two magnificent cantatas, the famous Ich habe genug (BWV 82a), originally for bass and oboe and adapted by Kantor himself for soprano and flute, and the profane cantata Non sa che sia dolore, one of his rare profane cantatas in Italian, but also the fifth Brandenburg Concerto and his whimsical cadenza for harpsichord, and the Suite for orchestra in B minor, which the famous Badinerie finale puts the flute so well ...
Fifth Brandenburg Concerto, BWV 1050
Cantata No sa che sia dolore, BWV 209
Suite for orchestra in b, BWV 1067
Cantate Ich habe genug, BWV 82a
Total duration of the concert: approximately 1h40