Monologues, dialogues à trois
With every encounter, every word spoken, sight and sound, people make interpersonal connections. Different personalities, opinions, nations, cultures and religions come together. What at first glance appears to be a normal, everyday situation often presents us with challenges.
If someone is particularly loud, the essential ability to listen, understand, accept and communicate with one another becomes more difficult. However, this phenomenon, which is reminiscent of current social conflicts, has concerned people for centuries - be it in personal relationships or even in music!
Monologues, dialogues and conflicts play an important role in this concert evening. Misunderstanding is also discussed. The musical alienations and reconciliations are not only experienced acoustically, but can also be experienced in the room through special lighting.
Tarquinio Merula (1595-1665)
Ciacconen à 2, aus: op. 12 „La Cattarina“ – „La Ruggiera“
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Triosonate G-Dur BWV 1038
Salomone Rossi (ca.1570-ca.1630)
Sinfonia in Eco/
Johann Paul Westhoff (1656-1705)
Imitatione delle Campane/Sinfonia in Eco
Francesco Corbetta (1615-1681)
Sonata sopra B (Mailand 1643) für Gitarre solo
Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber (1644-1704)
Nr. 16 aus den Mysteriensonaten „Schutzengel Passacaglia”
Marco Uccellini (1603-1680)
Corrente vigesima/Aria prima/Aria Seconda/Aria Terza
Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli (1624-1687)
Sonata Quarta „La Biancuccia“, aus op. 4 für Violine und B.c.
Benedetto Ferrari (1603-1669)/Andrea Falconieri (1567-1643)
„Amanti io vi so dire“/Ciaccona …