Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788) – Duet, H.598 for Traverso and Viol (1748)
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788) – Duet, H.598 for Transverse Flute and Viol da Gamba (1748)
originally for transverse flute & violin
Join New Comma Baroque in their electrifying and dynamic program, In the Hall of the Prussian King: Virtuosity at the Court of Frederick the Great, a celebration of 300 years of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Frederick II of Prussia, a composer and flutist, surrounded himself with a myriad of the greatest musicians of his day. Enjoy New Comma Baroque’s exploration of C.P.E. Bach’s dramatic works alongside sublime gems by his contemporaries: Karl Heinrich Graun, Ernst Christian Hesse, Johann Christian Hertel, and Johann Joachim Quantz.
New Comma Baroque – Leighann Daihl Ragusa, traverso, Phillip W. Serna, violas da gamba & Emily J. Katayama, harpsichord
From the program In the Hall of the Prussian King/ From Prussia with Love: Virtuosity at the Court of Frederick the Great, recorded November 16, 2014 at the Early Music Series at the Byron Colby Barn, Prairie Crossing, Grayslake, IL. This video content is Copyright © 2015 New Comma Baroque.
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