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International Tropical Baroque
Music Festival XVII

Luca Guglielmi:
Italian Connections

Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at 8:00 PM

Luca Guglielmi

Coral Gables Museum (click here for map)
285 Aragon Avenue
Coral Gables, FL 33134

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Program:

“ I t a l i a n C o n n e c t i o n s ”

J.S.Bach, Italy & the birth of the Sonata form

Luca Guglielmi, harpsichord

Alessandro Marcello (*Venezia, 1669 †Venezia, 1747) /arr. J.S.Bach

Concerto in d minor BWV 974

[from Oboe Concerto in d minor]

(without Tempo indication) – Adagio – Presto

Antonio Vivaldi (*Venezia, 1678 †Vienna, 1741) /arr. J.S.Bach

Concerto in F major BWV 978

[from Violin Concerto in G major Op.III “L’Estro Armonico” Nr.3 RV 310]

Allegro – Largo – Allegro

Baldassarre Galuppi (*Burano, 1706 †Venezia, 1785)

Sonata in e minor

(Sonata III Op. 2 – Walsh, London 1756)

Johann Adolf Hasse (*Bergedorf, 1699 †Venezia, 1783)

Sonata in G major “per il Cembalo di Giovanni Adolfo Hasse”

Allegro assai – Cantabile – Allegro

(Ms. Dresden, SLUB, Mus. Ms. 2477-T-3 Nr.3)

Giovanni Benedetto Platti (*Padova?, 1697 †Würzburg, 1763)

Sonata in C Major (Torrefranca XIV)

Allegro – Andantino – Allegro

(copied by Graupner in Darmstadt)

Johann Sebastian Bach (*Eisenach, 1685 †Leipzig, 1750)

Italian Concerto in F major BWV 971

Concerto – Andante – Presto

 

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*Clips listed here are representative of the artists and composer, but may be different
from those being played in the Tropical Baroque Music Festival program
*Clips listed here are representative of the artists and composer, but may be different
from those being played in the Tropical Baroque Music Festival program

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