Lucie Horsch & Max Volbers

Sunday Matinee

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ECHO Rising Stars

It would be news even to many Baden-Baden residents: the world's largest recorder can be found in the Toccarion, the children's music world at the Festspielhaus. You’ll get the chance to hear a few smaller specimens in today’s concert, which mainly features Baroque music and the “sentimental style” that characterized the end of this era. With its silky woodwind sound, the recorder was the province of the melancholics. Talking about deep things in a hushed voice was a rhetoric well suited to the instrument, which will be played in our concert by young Dutch musician Lucie Horsch, who BBC Music Magazine praised for her “fearless virtuosity and superb technique.”

Photo that shows 22 Horsch Lucie1 C Decca Danavan Leeuwen.

Program

Dario Castello
Sonata seconda

Georg Philipp Telemann
Sonata in C minor, TWV 41, no. 2

Jacques Martin Hotteterre
Prelude from “L’Art de Préluder” (solo recorder)

Claude Debussy
Syrinx (solo recorder)

François Couperin
Quatrième Concert Royale

Lotta Wennäkoski
ECHO Commissioned Work

François Couperin
Le Tic-Toc-Choc ou les Maillotins

Francesca Caccini
Chi desia di saper che cos´é amore

Joseph Bodin de Boismortier
Sonata in E minor, op. 91, no. 4

Johann Sebastian Bach
Sonata, BWV 1035

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