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Brass Soloists of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Penny Gore presents the brass soloists of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment performing music from Italy, Spain, Germany and France, including Gabrieli, Brade and Monteverdi.

Afternoon on 3 With Penny Gore

In the first of this week's baroque concerts from St. George's, Bristol, the Brass Soloists of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment take a Grand Tour of Italy, Spain, Germany and England.

Susan Addison (alto and tenor sackbut)
Emily White (alto and tenor sackbut)
Tom Lees (tenor sackbut)
Patrick Jackman (bass sackbut)
Adrian Woodward (trumpet cornett)
Phillip Bainbridge (trumpet)
Richard Thomas (cornett drum)
Adrian Bending (percussion)
Robert Howarth (organ / harpsichord)

Reflections on the Grand Tour

Cersare Bendinelli: Sonata 333
Andrea Gabrieli: Intonazione settimo tono
Biagio Marini: Sonata a6
Orlando di Lasso: Concupiscendo concupiscit
Giovanni Gabreili: Canzona a 6
Claudio Monteverdi: Christe redemptor omnium
Giuseppe Torelli: Concerto in D

Francisco de Penalosa: Ave Verum Corpus
Francisco Correa de Arauxo: Tiento de Segundo Tono
Anon: Pavanne Il Bisson

Samuel Scheidt: Intrada
Johann Hermann Schein: Padouana
Samuel Scheidt: Bergamasca

Hugh Aston: A Hornpype
Henry VIII: Bassedance En Vray Amoure
Christopher Tye: Farewell My Good One, For Ever
William Brade: Scottish Dance
William Brade: Cornish Dance
Robert Parsons: Song call trumpets

1 hour