Lucie Horsch, recorder. Artemandoline ensemble: Juan Carlos Muñoz, baroque mandolin. Mari Fe Pavón, baroque mandolin. Manuel Muñoz, baroque guitar. Alla Tolkacheva, Baroque Mandolin, Mandolone Mandolone. Jean Halsdorf, cello. Jean-Daniel Haro, double bass, violone. Vincent Bernhardt, harpsichord.
Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto per flute RV 444 in do maggiore
Giovanni Paolo Cima, Sonata for Flauto II
Carlo Arrigoni, Sonata for Mandolino e flauto
Anonymous, Folias (18th century, Naples)
Leonardo Leo, Concerto No. 1 in Sol Maggiore
Giovanni Battista Sammartini, Sonata per flute in sib maggiore
Niccolo Susier, Sonata for Mandolino and Basso
Francesco Piccone, Sinfonia for the mandola
Antonio Vivaldi, Concerto per flute RV 443 in Sol Maggiore
In the Baroque period, concertos and sonatas for mandolin and recorder were very popular, as evidenced by the many manuscripts in European libraries. In this program Perfume of Italy, from the first notes, the decor is set, the music invades us. She shatters us, engulfs us in the vertiginous features of the mandolins and the flute. An insolent freedom settles, velocity, virtuosity ... With their ensemble Artemandoline, Juan Carlos Muñoz and Mari Fe Pavón propose to make discover to the public the repertory of the baroque mandolin, very often little known. On the initiative of CAPE, they have teamed up with the young Dutch musician Lucie Horsch, whose extraordinary talent is now one of the most sought after flutists in the world. Together, they developed an extremely expressive and emotionally rich program, with works by Italian Baroque composers, including Antonio Vivaldi, to whom Lucie Horsch has a special affection.
Where does it take place?
CAPE - Centre des Arts Pluriels Ettelbruck