Saturday 5th November, 20h · Finca La Barbera, Saló Don Pedro · Tickets: 10 €


This group specializes in instrumental music of the 17th to the 18th. The musicians are renowned for their dissemination, interpretation and teaching of early and Baroque music . Their performances feature a combination of artistic rigor and Mediterranean passion with a suggestion that we forget the routine life opening the spirit of the listener to  new feelings. These musicians have won   praise  in specialized reviews of  their concerts in early music and world festivals around the world. These musicians play regularly with groups like Freiburg Barokorkester, Capella de Ministrers, La Dispersione, Estil Concertant, Orchesta Barroca de Sevilla, Los Músicos de Sv Alteza, Concerto Köln, L’Arte dil Mondo, Le Cercle de l’Harmonie, Amsterdam Barok Orkester, The Scholars Baroque Ensemble, Capella Reial de Catalunya, etc. Their discography with these ensembles have been acclaimed by international critics and recognized with several awards.



TEMPUS AURA, from Frescobaldi to Bach

In this program Mediterrània Consort present some of the most beautiful works for the recorder and harpsichord written from the 16th century up to the end of the European baroque. First we will listen to  the madrigal “Ancor che col partire” of the Dutch  Cipriano da Rore in a Riccardo Rogniono version. The next pieces will be a Canzona of Giovanni Batista Fontana, a toccata of Girolamo Frescobaldi, a sonata of Dario Castello, a sample of English dances by John Playford, the G major sonata of Arcangelo Corelli, two Preludes and a Fugue by Johannes Sebastian Bach and finishing with a George Frideric Händel sonata in g minor.

TEMPUS AURA, from Frescobaldi to Bach

Ancor che col partire, Riccardo Rogniono (1592)‘s version of a madrigal of Cipriano da Rore (1547)

Canzon Seconda à soprano solo, Giovanni Battista Fontana (1641)

Tocatta Prima, Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643)

Sonata seconda à soprano solo, Dario Castello (1590-1658)

The English dancing master (1652), John Playford (1623-1686)

Prelude and Fugue in C minor, Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)

Sonata in F major, Op. V, Arcangelo Corelli (1685-1759)
Grave- Allegro-Adagio, Allegro, Allegro, Adagio, Allegro

Prelude and Fugue in A minor, by Johann Sebastian Bach

Sonata in G minor, HWV 362, by Georg Friedrich Händel (1653-1713)
Larghetto, Andante, Adagio, Presto



David Antich, renaissance and baroque recorders

Ignasi Jordà, harpsichord