Chamber music by Golijov and “Dutch Treats” (Early Music) on the “Evening Concert”
Tonight at 7:00 on the “Evening Concert” on FM 90.9 the St. Lawrence String Quartet plays music of Osvaldo Golijov on “The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center”. At 8:00 it’s music by Sweelinck and other Dutch composers on “Early Music Now with Sara Schneider”.
Sunday February 10: Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS 18-20)
Golijov: Yiddishbuk: Inscriptions for String Quartet; St. Lawrence String Quartet
Golijov: The Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind for Clarinet and String Quartet;
Todd Palmer, clarinet; St. Lawrence String Quartet
Early Music Now (EMN 18-33)
Many talented composers were born in the country we now call the Netherlands, and this week's show introduces several of them. Huygens, Wassenaer, and Reincken all make an appearance, along with the most famous Dutch composer of them all: Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck. Our performers include the Gesualdo Consort of Amsterdam, Capilla Flamenca, and Gustav Leonhardt.
Jacob van Eyck: Excusemoy (“Can she excuse”) Marion Verbruggen, recorder
Clemens non Papa: Three Dutch Songs Capilla Flamenca
Unico Wilhelm van Wassenaer: Concerto Armonico No.1 Aradia Ensemble/Kevin Mallon
Constantijn Huygens: Selections from ‘Pathodia sacra et profana’ Anne Grimm, soprano & Peter Kooij, bass Constantijn
Johann Adam Reincken: Partita No. 1 in a minor The Purcell Quartet
Jan Pieterszoon: Sweelinck Diligam te Domine The Gesualdo Consort of Amsterdam
Jan Pieterszoon: Sweelinck In te domine speravi The Gesualdo Consort of Amsterdam
Jan Pieterszoon: Sweelinck Puer natus nascitur Freddy Eichelberger, organ