Recap 2022


The viable virtuose

11:00 am | May 15th, 2022 | ca. 90 min
Aula der Universität Göttingen

George Frideric Handel exemplifies the idea of the musical cosmopolitan more than almost any other composer of the 18th century: he was educated in Germany, travelled to Italy, which was also formative for him, and finally settled in London, where he composed chamber music and operas

in Italian and triumphed with oratorios in English. In light of his extensive experience, Handel was a musical cosmopolitan and polyglot who was at home in various genres and styles and combined them masterfully. The program of the multi-award-winning Spanish early music ensemble L'Apothéose, that has been causing a stir on international concert stages for some time now, guides us through the stations of Handel's life and reflects on them through his music and the music of his contemporaries.


Georg Friedrich Händel: Sonate Nr. 1 A-Dur (HWV 396)
Reinhard Keiser: Triosonate D-Dur
Arcangelo Corelli: Sonate op. 5 Nr. 5 g-Moll für Violine und Basso continuo
Georg Philipp Telemann: Sonata prima A-Dur 43:A1
Georg Friedrich Händel: Sonate Nr. 1 h-Moll (HWV 386b)
Friedrich Wilhelm Zachow: Capriccio d-Moll
Johann Mattheson: Sonate Nr. 10 A-Dur für Flöte und Basso continuo aus Der brauchbare Virtuoso
Georg Friedrich Händel: Sonate Nr. 2 D-Dur (HWV 397)


Laura Quesada
Transverse flute

Victor Martínez Soto

Carla Sanfélix

Asís Márquez

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