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At the Sunrise! Concerts, the atmosphere is always rather special, something attributable not least to what are often out-of-the-ordinary instruments. This year, centre stage is taken by an 18th-century Italian plucked instrument related to the dulcimer. Franziska Fleischanderl’s salterio comes from Rome and was built in 1725. She breathes new life into works discovered in Italian archives, and with various percussive and plucking techniques showcases this string instrument’s broad spectrum of tonal virtuosity.

Owing to a lack of demand, the coach transfer from the Deutsches Theater Göttingen has been canceled. If you are in need of a transfer to the location, please contact the Festival Office.

Guided tour (in German) Sartorius Campus: 7.00 am
Duration approx. 60 min.
To take part in the tour, prior registration is required via +49 551-38 48 130 or info@haendel-festspiele.de.

Visitors can use the Sartorius car park free of charge, which can be reached via Willi-Eichler-Straße.

The concert venue is barrier-free. For further information on Festival venue accessibility, please see the overview.




Francesca Barbaldi
Präludium Nr. 1

Sonata Nr. 1
Allegro – Largo – Rondo

Anonym (Italien, 18. Jh.)
Sonata di Salterio
Allegro – Largo – Minuè

Manuel Canales (1747–1786)
Minue Nr. 4
für Salterio solo

Anonym (Madrid, 1754)                                 
Sonata Nr. 4
Allegro – Largo – Allegro

Francesca Barbaldi                            
Präludium Nr. 2

Georg Friedrich Händel (1685–1759)                                         
Sonata C-Dur (HWV 598)

[Gigue] C-Dur (HWV 599)

Menuet a-Moll (HWV 603)

Air a-Moll (HWV 604)

25 May
Admission from 4.45 am
Sartorius Campus
Duration approx. 60 min.


Franziska Fleischanderl Salterio