Sounds of St Cecilia's – Spinning the Works

Music (classical)

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Lucia Capellaro, László Rózsa and David Gerrard, some of Scotland's most exciting period instrument players, explore the musical offerings of two of Germany’s greatest baroque masters – Bach and Telemann – for recorder, viola da gamba, cello and harpsichord. Inspired by the title Essercizii musici, this programme plays with the idea of musical studies, exercises and reworkings. Featuring delights from Telemann’s Essercizii musici TWV 42, Bach's Cello Suite in D minor BWV 1008, and Bach's Sonata for Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord BWV 1027, arranged for the ensemble's instruments.

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