Concert 3:
& Friends

SYDNEY: Wednesday 8 August 2018, 7.30pm
Verbrugghen Hall, Conservatorium of Music

CANBERRA: Friday 10 August 2018, 7.30pm
Albert Hall, Commonwealth Ave


Scarce a contemporary musical writer, historian, or poet, neglected to celebrate [Corelli’s] genius and talents…” - Charles Burney on Corelli’s enduring fame and popularity (1789)

In contrast to JJ Quantz, Arcangelo Corelli travelled little yet his influence and reputation spread throughout Europe through his teaching and his published compositions. “It [is] wonderfull to observe what a skratching of Corelli there is every where - nothing will relish but Corelli”, wroteRoger North in England in 1710. Across Europe, composers keen to join in the Corelli craze wrote “in the style of Corelli” – sometimes so similar that the publisher, Le Cène, even attempted to pass off Corelli’s pupil John Ravenscroft’s sonatas as Corelli’s Opus 7!

Locatelli - Sinfonia Funebre in F minor
Bach - Aria Frohe Hirten, eilt, ach eilet
Telemann - Corellisierende Trio Sonata No.1 in F Major
Topham - Sonata in D major, Compos'd in Imitation of Archangelo Corelli
Vivaldi - Aria L'ombre, l'aure, e ancora il rio
Geminiani - Sonata II Bush aboon Traquair
Handel - Aria Svegliatevi nel core
Pez - Chaconne from Concerto Pastorale in F major
Rosenmüller - Psalm In te, Domine, speravi
McGibbon - Sonata No. 5 in G major, in imitation of Corelli
Bononcini - Aria Se amor pietoso non mi consola
Corelli - Concerti Grosso in F major Op. 6 No. 7

Amy Moore, Soprano
Sally Melhuish, Recorder
Hans-Dieter Michatz, Recorder
Matthew Greco, Baroque Violin
Julia Russoniello, Baroque Violin
Valmai Coggins, Baroque Viola
Tim Blomfield, Baroque Cello
Monika Kornel, Harpsichord

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