- 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
From London to Verona, a new map of the Tendre
Soprano & basso continuo (cello, harpsichord)
No longer presents Handel, the equal of Bach lived in England, but at the same time, she unveiled the European whirlwind which was then sung by the musicians of the time, by his cantatas Dolce mio ben and by which he was composed in Italy during his young years ...
Less illustrious, Jean-Baptiste Stuck, Italian of German origin, jostles French viola da gamba making the apostle of the cello: a whirlwind which culminates with the entertainment of Stuck and French ...
Originally, this is where the quirks for cello are alone. Joseph Abaco made the link, a tribute to this composer born in Brussels, of Italian origin. Abaco) and having lived between Germany, England and Italy.
Joseph Abaco (1710 - 1805)
Second Caprice for solo cello, in G minor
Georg Friedrich Haendel (1685 - 1759)
Se pari è la tua fè
Italian Cantata HWV 158c
Sixth Caprice for solo cello, in E minor
Georg Friedrich Haendel
Dolce mio ben
Italian Cantata HWV 108
First Caprice for solo cello in C minor
Jean-Baptiste Stuck (1680 - 1755)
Fourth Cantata Galante, from the Second Book
Fourth Caprice for solo cello, in D minor
The birth of Achilles
Third Cantata Galante, from the Second Book
Total duration of the concert: approximately one hour