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Highlights from the 2012 Resonanzen Festival in Vienna

Highlights from the 2012 Resonanzen Festival in Vienna introduced by Catherine Bott, including music heard in Vienna over several centuries, composed by Nicola Mattheis, Heinrich von Biber, Antonio Maria Bononcini and Neidhart von Reuental.

The Resonanzen Festival was established in Vienna twenty years ago and quickly established itself as one of Europe's most important early music events. Catherine Bott looks at the history of the festival, the ideas behind it, and introduces some of this year's highlights, including performances from the medieval group Unicorn; Concerto Italiano and Rinaldo Alessandrini; and Turchini di Antonio Florio.

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58 minutes

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Sat 28 Apr 2012 13:00