Early Music Thursdays

12:15-12:45pm Thu, Oct 17 - Thu, Nov 21, 2013

Venue: First Church in Boston

66 Marlborough St., Boston, MA 02116


Paul Cienniwa



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Boston has long been known for its important role in the modern harpsichord revival and in the world of "early music." First Church in Boston continues this revival with a series of Thursday harpsichord recitals and concerts on period instruments. All concerts are free and open to the public. Donations are encouraged to support the programming.October 17 Claire Raphaelson, soprano, and Matthew Wright, lute "Time Stands Still" An all-Dowland program in celebration of his 450th birthyearOctober 24 Emily Lau, mezzo-soprano, Emily Marvosh, alto, Emily O'Brien, recorder, Emily Davidson, baroque cello Henry Purcell: When the cock begins to crow Thomas Morley: Sweet nymph, come to thy lover; Flora, wilt thou torment mee? G. F. Handel: two movements from Recorder Sonatas Orlando Gibbons: What is our life? Paul Simon: For Emily, whenever I may find herOctober 31 Dorian Komanoff Bandy, baroque violin, assisted by baroque violinist Emily Dahl "Demons and Ghosts" Nicola Matteis: Aires and Fancyes for the Violin Giseppe Tartini: Sonata in G minor, Brainard g5 "The Devil's Trill" Georg Philip Telemann: Suite for Two Violins, TWV 40:108 "Gulliver's Travels"November 7 Suzanne Cartreine, harpsichord Ennemond Gaultier: Suite for lute in C Major Jean-Henri d'Anglebert: Suite in G MinorNovember 14 Barbara Metz, viola da gamba, and John Metz, harpsichord Music of Elizabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre and Marin MaraisNovember 21 James C.S. Liu, baritone, Joyce Alper, baroque oboe, Paul Cienniwa, harpsichord Bach: Amore traditore (BWV 203), Ice habe genug (BWV 82)

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