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Concerto-Scirocco © Alejandro Gomez Lozano

Resonanzen: Concerto Scirocco


Wednesday 24 January 2024
19:30 – ca. 21:10



Concerto Scirocco

Alfia Bakieva, Violine

Pietro Modesti, Zink

Susanna Defendi, Posaune

Nathaniel Wood, Posaune

Luca Bandini, Violone

Giovanni Bellini, Theorbe

Michele Vannelli, Cembalo, Orgel

Giulia Genini, Blockflöten, Dulzian, Künstlerische Leitung


Biagio Marini

Canzon octava a sei

Marco Uccellini

Sinfonia 34. A gran Battaglia

Samuel Scheidt

Canzona Est-ce mars


A division on Barafostus' dream

Andrea Falconieri

La portia (1650))

William Brade

Corale a violino solo

William Byrd

Sermone blando

Biagio Marini

Canzon decima a sei

Giovanni Antonio Bertoli

Sonata Settima Passacaglia

Samuel Scheidt

Conzona Bergamasca


Giovanni Picchi

Canzon XI

Salomone Rossi

La moderna (1613)

Francesco Cavalli

Sonata à 3 (1656))

Vincenzo Galilei

Gallarda Calliope

Marco Antonio Ferro

Sonata à 5

Luca Marenzio

Dissi a l'amata mia

Salomone Rossi

Sonata sopra l'aria di Ruggiero (1623))

Gian Paolo Cima

Sonata à 4



Samuel Scheidt

Gallard Battaglia

Biagio Marini

Canzon octava a sei


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At the beginning of the 17th century, when Johannes Kepler formulated his literally groundbreaking planetary laws, music was also in a state of upheaval. In her ingenious program, Giulia Genini parallels scientific and artistic aspects of eccentric modernism around 1600, cleverly illuminating Mars from two sides: The emancipation of pure instrumental music is illustrated, for example, by martial battaglia invocations of the ancient god of war; on the other hand, it was precisely Tycho Brahe's meticulous records of years of observations of Mars on which Kepler's revolutionary findings were based.

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