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The Baroque Sound

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The first of two programmes presented by the harpsichordist and conductor Christopher Hogwood.
How did composers such as Purcell, Handel, Vivaldi,
Corelli and Telemann expect to hear their music played? These days there is unprecedented enthusiasm for re-creating Baroque music free of the stylistic distortions common in the 19th century. Internationally respected for this authentic approach,
Christopher Hogwood explores the charm and freshness of the true Baroque sound, and directs from the keyboard
The Salomon String Quartet Simon Standage (violin)
Micaela Comberti (violin) Trevor Jones (viola)
Jennifer Ward Clarke (cello) with Lisa Beznosiuk (flute) playing on original instruments of the period, or modern copies.
Videotape editor PETER FRANCIS Executive producer RAM EVRON Producer RODNEY GREENBERG (A JERUSALEM MUSIC CENTRE production in association with BBCtv)
(Haydn in London next Saturday)

Contributors

Conductor: Christopher Hogwood.
Unknown: Christopher Hogwood
Violin: Simon Standage
Violin: Micaela Comberti
Viola: Trevor Jones
Cello: Jennifer Ward Clarke
Flute: Lisa Beznosiuk
Editor: Peter Francis
Producer: Rodney Greenberg

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