2021 Salish Sea Early Music Festival ~
Period Instrument chamber music from six centuries around the Salish
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Fantasia 3 (1585) by Giovanni Bassano
December 29, 2020
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~ Please join us in 2022 for these performances, cancelled in 2020 ~ GIULIANI & FRIENDS
Oleg TImofeyev ~ guitar (1815) Jeffrey Cohan ~ eight-keyed flute (1820)
Music from the golden age of the guitar-flute duo
MUSICA ALTA RIPA & FRIENDS Anne Röhrig ~ baroque flute Bernward Lohr ~ harpsichord Jeffrey Cohan~ baroque flute
We welcome Musica Alta Ripa
founders and Telemann specialists Anne Röhrig and Bernward Lohr in this program of sonatas and trio sonatas.
LOUIS XV Jeffrey Cohan ~ baroque flute John Lenti ~ theorbo & guitar
Although he witnessed a period of unrestrained creativity and development
in art music, Louis XV did not share the profound love of music for which his great-grandfather
was famed, either at the age of five when he became king or later
59 year reign. Nevertheless the vibrancy of the musical activity around him during the early decades of his reign, for which his grandfather was largely responsible, will be demonstrated in this performance of Pierre Danican Philidor,
Jean-Marie Leclair, Michel Blavet and others.
BUONAMENTE Anna Marsh ~ dulcian (renaissance bassoon) John Lenti ~ theorbo
Jeffrey Cohan ~ renaissance flute
Further exploration of the rarely-heard Italian canzonas and sonatas for treble and bass solo instruments and continuo, in
particular focusing on two of our favorite composers: Giovanni Battista Buonamente and
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