Castello Sonata seconda
Stravinsky arr Horsch Pièce No 3
Dowland Flow my tears
Couperin Le rossignol en amour
J S Bach arr Horsch Movements from Suite BWV 997
Lotta Wennäkoski Arteria*
Caccini Non ha’l ciel contanti lumi
Isang Yun Visitor of the Idyll from ‘Chinese Pictures’
Anne Danican-Philidor Sonata in D minor
Marais arr Horsch & Dunford Couplets de Folies
Lucie Horsch recorder
Thomas Dunford lute
*Commissioned and nominated by Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Kölner Philharmonie and ECHO.
Supported by the Idlewild Trust, Leche Trust and Rainbow Dickinson Trust.
Please note that finish times are approximate and subject to change
Hear a musical conversation between Lucie Horsch, the ‘latest big thing in recorder playing’ (Guardian) and lutenist Thomas Dunford, as they showcase the versatility of their instruments.
It’s the instrument we’ve all tried but few have mastered. Lucie Horsch is one of those few, and she and Dunford take you on an often intimate, sometimes exuberant journey around Baroque and contemporary Europe, from their home countries of the Netherlands and France, via Germany, England and Italy. Taking the recorder further than you’ve ever heard it before, Horsch and Dunford play their arrangements of Bach’s Suite in C minor for lute, and Marin Marais’ piece for viol, Couplets de Folies, as well as a new commission by Lotta Wennäkoski.
At just 22 years old Horsch’s talent has already been firmly recognised. She was a 2020 winner of the prestigious Dutch Music Award, and now adds 2021/22 ECHO Rising Star to her list of accolades. She finds a perfect recital partner in Thomas Dunford, the ‘Eric Clapton of the lute’ (Badische Zeitung).
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