Torino / Thursday 19 September 2019

Chiesa della Risurrezione del Signore / at 09:00 PM

LONGITUDES

By the early 18th century, the growing number of transoceanic crossings made more precise nautical calculations a necessity. In response, the Board of Longitude was founded in London, and promised handsome rewards for anyone able to come up with an instrument capable of accurately determining longitude. Around that time, the writing of music also underwent significant developments with the advent of bars and strokes that added precision and rationality in terms of tempo.  

Tarquinio Merula Ballo detto “Eccardo” op. 12 n. 23 Salomone Rossi Sinfonia Ottava à 3 dal Libro terzo Dario Castello Sonata Terza dalle Sonate concertate in stil moderno Girolamo Frescobaldi Canzona Terza a basso solo dalle Canzoni da suonare Giovanni Battista Fontana Sonata Settima dalle Sonate a 1, 2, 3 Matthew Locke Fantasia 5 da The Broken Consort Charles Avison Trio sonata in re minore op. 1 n. 1 Francesco Barsanti Busk ye, busk ye my bonny bride
da A Collection of Old Scots Tunes
Georg Friedrich Händel Sonata in fa maggiore op. 5 n. 6 HWV 401

La Vaghezza

Sara Cubarsi-Fernandez,
Mayah Kadish, violins
Anastasia Baraviera, cello
Gianluca Geremia, theorbo
Marco Crosetto, harpsichord

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