Saturday 7.30pm: A Musical Tour of Europe,
which starts in 16th-century Spain with Rosafresca
, travels to 17th-century Germany and England with the Bristowe Consort
, and visits France and returns to England with Musica Mundi
, an ensemble of recorders, renaissance viol, vihuela and percussion, will play sets of variations on 16th century Spanish ballads and ground basses, such as las vacas, by Antonio de Cabezón, Diego Pisador, Diego Ortiz and Enríiquez de Valderrábano.
of recorders will play fantasias and dance music by Orlando Gibbons, William Byrd, Samuel Scheidt, Henry Purcell, and others
will perform 17th-century English songs for voice and continuo by Jeremiah Clarke, William Croft and others, and French harpsichord music by Louis Couperin.
Seating is unreserved, tickets are £10, students: £5.
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