Sarasa opens their 18th chamber music season with a thrilling program entitled Continuum, interweaving works by the great German masters JS Bach, his gifted son Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and CPE's godfather Telemann with the rich and playful soundscapes of Hungarian natives Bela Bartók, Zoltán Kodály, Josef Suk and György Ligeti. Crowd favorite Maggie Cole will be featured in Bach's A major harpsichord concerto and Ligeti's mesmerizing work for solo harpsichord, Continuum.
Program for November 6, 2016 at First Parish in Concord, MA:
GP Telemann Sonata in A major, TWV40: 200 for 2 violins, viola and bass
Bartók Duos for violin (Pillow Dance, Slovak Song, Rumanian Song, Transylvanian Dance)
Kodály Intermezzo for string trio
JS Bach Concerto in A major, BWV 1055 for Harpsichord and Strings
Josef Suk Ballad in D minor for String Quartet
Ligeti Continuum for Solo Harpsichord
CPE Bach Symphony No 5 in B minor for strings and continuo, Wq 182
Maggie Cole, harpsichord; Christina Day Martinson & Megumi Stohs, violins; Jenny Stirling, viola; Timothy Merton, cello.
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