Tue. July 27th 2021
Seats are not numbered
From 10 to 15€
Unmeasured prelude from suite n ° 2 for harpsichord
Rosary Sonata n ° 1 the Annunciation in D minor for violin and basso continuo
Sonata for solo violin
Concerto for harpsichord and strings BWV 1056 in F minor
Sarabandes from suites, BWV 1007, BWV 1008 et BWV 1011 for cello only
Sonata for violin and harpsichord in E flat BWV 1017 – Largo
Ringtone of Sainte Geneviève des monts de Paris
Aria from suite n ° 3 BWV 1068 in D major for strings and basso continuo
It is D’Anglebert who opened this path in the 17th century. At the same time, Biber composed the famous sonatas of the Rosary which later inspired Bach. Then it is Ysaÿe (1858-1931), this brilliant violinist who excited musical Europe who, inspired by Bach, delivers to us one of the ultimate works of violinist literature. In 1723, Marin Marais, musician at the court of King Louis XIV, was inspired by the bells of the old Sainte Geneviève abbey to deliver his famous Sonnerie.
Along this path, Bach makes the connection. It is one of the most famous arias in Western music that he writes in his 2nd suite for strings. He is also the forerunner of the impressive keyboard concertos.