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Army of Generals: Haarlem
April 28 @ 19:00 - 21:005€ – 20€
Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester is proud to shed light on the golden age of music in Mannheim and Schwetzingen on period instruments during the formative years of Mozart from 1760–80. The namesake “Army of Generals” comes from a quote by English musicologist Charles Burney, who visited Mannheim in 1772 and wrote: “There are more solo players and good composers in this, than perhaps in any other orchestra in Europe; it is an army of generals, equally fit to plan a battle, as to fight it.”
Supported by the Gemeente Haarlem and the Adriana Jacoba Fonds.
Christain Cannabich (1731-1798): Symphony No. 50 in D minor.
Allegro – Andante – Presto
Niccolò Jomelli (1714-1774): Aria “D’an van timore d’un vanti moreil freno” from L’arcadia conservata (Schwetzingen 1775)
Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782): Sinfonia concertante for keyboard, oboe, violin & cello in B flat major (1780)
Allegro – Adagio sostenuto – Rondo: Allegretto
Gian Francesco de Majo (1732-1770): Aria “Mio ben, ricordati” from Alessandro (Mannheim, 1766)
Anton Schweitzer (1735-1787): Aria: “Zwischen Angst und zwischen Hoffen” from Alceste (Schwetzingen 1775)
Anton Fils (1733-1760): Simphonie périodique a piu stromenti No. 8 in G
Allegro – Andante – Minuetto – Allegro assai
Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782): Recitativo e Aria: “Anime, che provate” – “Queste selve gia d’amore” from Amor Vincitore with obbligato flute, oboe, clarinet and bassoon (Schwetzingen, 1774)
Anders Muskens: Kapellmeister and fortepiano
Elisabeth Hetherington: soprano
Clara Sawada: Concertmaster and violin solo
Federico Forla: oboe solo
Florencia Gómez: flute solo
Elia Celegato: clarinet solo
Martin Jantzen: cello solo
Bernat Gili: bassoon solo
and Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester