GIBBONS Pavan & Galliard in six parts
LAWES Consort Set in F major for six viols
HUME Life; Deth
GIBBONS Two Six-Part Fantasias: Nos 1 and 2
PURCELL Four-Part Fantasia No 7 in C minor (June 22 1680);
Four-Part Fantasia No 11 in G major (August 19 1680);
In Nomine in six parts
GIBBONS Go from my window
Tickets: £12 (£10 concessions)
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Music by Tobias Hume, redoubtable 17th-century soldier and viol-player, who died in 1645 in the Charterhouse in Smithfield, plus great 17th-century English composers: Gibbons, Lawes and Purcell.
The third concert in ‘London Resounding’, a four-part series of BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts celebrating the capital’s music scene in the 17th and 18th centuries, sees ‘the finest viol consort on the planet’ (London Evening Standard) bring the silky and ancient sound of viols to the modern interior of LSO St Luke's for the first time.
Change of programme
In a change to the programme that appeared when listings were first published, Fretwork will now play the above selection of pieces by Hume, Lawes, Gibbons and Purcell.
Posted 14 Sep 2015 4.30pm