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Music in London in the Reign of William and Mary

Synopsis

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Peter Holman traces the impact of German music and musicians on London concert life during the 1690s. The music is played on appropriate instruments by ARS NOVA director PETER HOLMAN (harpsichord) anon Sonata in c (Curiosa), for two recorders, two oboes and continuo
Finger Sonata in c, for trumpet, oboe and continuo; Ground, for recorder and continuo; Sonata in B flat, for two oboes and continuo
Croft Sonata in c, for recorder and continuo
Keller Sonata in b flat, for two recorders, two oboes and continuo
Weldon Canon for two recorders,twooboesandcontinuo (from The Judgment of Paris) Pepusch Concerto in B flat, Op 8 No 1, for two recorders, two oboes and continuo
Baltazar Divisions on John. come kiss me now, for violin and continuo
Finger Sonata in c, for trumpet, oboe, violin and continuo

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Holman
Harpsichord: Peter Holman
Unknown: Croft Sonata
Unknown: Weldon Canon






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