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Celebrating Swiss music festivals

Jonathan Swain presents a Vespers service compiled from music by Monteverdi and Gabrieli recorded at last year's Zurich Early Music Festival.

Jonathan Swain presents a Vespers service compiled from music by Monteverdi and Gabrieli recorded at last year's Zurich Early Music Festival

Early music specialist Andrea Marcon leads the renowned La Cetra baroque orchestra and vocal ensemble. His selection includes Monteverdi's second Dixit Dominus a 8, his first Beatus vir a 6 and the first Magnificat a 8

Monteverdi & Gabrieli: Venetian Vespers
La Cetra
Andrea Marcon, director

3.40pm
Vivaldi: Concerto in G minor for two cellos, RV. 531
Dvorak: Waldesruh', Op. 68; Rondo, Op. 94
Schoeck: Cello Concerto, Op.61
Thomas & Patrick Demenga, cellos
Swiss Italian Radio Orchestra
Philippe Bach, conductor.

3 hours

Music Played

  • Claudio Monteverdi

    Venetian Vespers

    Composer: Giovanni Gabrieli. Orchestra: La Cetra Barockorchester. Conductor: Andrea Marcon.
  • Antonio Vivaldi

    Concerto in G minor RV.531 for 2 cellos and orchestra

    Performer: Patrick Demenga. Performer: Thomas Demenga. Orchestra: Italian Swiss Radio Orchestra. Conductor: Philippe Bach.
  • Antonín Dvořák

    From the Bohemian forest [Ze Sumavy] Op.68 for piano duet i No 5 Klid (Waldesruhe)

    Performer: Thomas Demenga. Orchestra: Italian Swiss Radio Orchestra. Conductor: Philippe Bach.
  • Antonín Dvořák

    Rondo in G minor Op.94, arr. for cello & orchestra [orig. cello & piano]

    Performer: Thomas Demenga. Orchestra: Italian Swiss Radio Orchestra. Conductor: Philippe Bach.
  • Othmar Schoeck

    Concerto Op.61 for cello and string orchestra

    Performer: Patrick Demenga. Orchestra: Italian Swiss Radio Orchestra. Conductor: Philippe Bach.

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