Quicksilver Baroque


Friday, October 3, 2014
at the Concert Hall at Drew University

The (Very) First Viennese School

Quicksilver Baroque

Quicksilver Baroque

Music in Vienna actually had its first flourishing long before Mozart. The splendid seventeenth-century court of the Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I, who was a great music lover and connoisseur, brought together virtuosos from Italy and native-born composers to create a remarkable musical culture. Our program explores the brilliant music created for Leopold’s court festivities in a rich feast of sumptuous sonatas and ingenious ballets. Music by Valentini, Biber, Bertali, Buonamente, Fux, Schmelzer and more.

For more information on these artists: Quicksilver Baroque

 

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