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«Friday June 16, 2017»
Start: 18:15
End: 19:00

Venue:
Recital Room, Churchill College

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Programme 
Suite in D major (descant recorder & harpsichord)Nicola Matteis
Preludio; Balletto; Air & Variation(? - c1707)
  
Lamento (harpsichord)Johann Jacob Froberger
Sopra la dolorosa Perdita Real Msta. Di Ferdinando IV (1616-1667)
Ré de Romani  
  
Sonata in G minor Op 1 No. 3 (1724)Francesco Barsanti
(treble recorder & harpsichord)(c1690 - ?)
Adagio; Allegro; Largo; Gavotta 
  
Fantasia 7 in D major (voice flute)Georg Philipp Telemann
Alla francese - Presto(1681-1767)
  
Fantasia, Set 3 No. 5 in G minor (harpsichord)G P Telemann
  
Sonata in D minor (treble recorder & harpsichord)G P Telemann
Affettuoso; Presto; Grave; Allegro

Dr Férdia Stone-Davis has an MMus from Trinity College of Music, London, where she studied recorders with Philip Thorby and Rebecca Miles. Upon graduating she had lessons with Pamela Thorby. Recent performances include Queen’s University, Belfast, the University of Huddersfield (International Computer Music Conference), the University of Göttingen, Germany, and the University of Cambridge.

With an international reputation as a specialist in early keyboard instruments, Douglas Hollick studied with Peter Hurford, Marie-Claire Alain and Gustav Leonhardt. He has played widely both here and abroad, and teaches in Clare and Trinity Colleges, Cambridge. Recent years have seen him playing fortepiano as well as organ, harpsichord and clavichord, complementing his interest in the music of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Douglas was awarded a year 2000 Churchill Fellowship to visit North Germany and Denmark researching organs and other keyboard instruments of Buxtehude and the young J S Bach. His recordings on Riverrun Records are Harpsichord and organ music of Christophe Moyreau, Buxtehude, master and pupil, recorded in Buxtehude’s church of Sct Mariae at Helsingør in Denmark, Music from the period of the French Revolution for harpsichord, square piano and organ, and Music of the Baroque avant-garde for harpsichord and organ released in July 2007 as a tribute to Buxtehude in his tercentenary year. He has just recorded a further organ CD on the Metzler organ of Trinity College Cambridge, with works from the Andreas Bach Buch including the Passacaglias of both Buxtehude and Bach. This is due for release later this year. See www.rvrcd.com

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