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Marion Verbruggen, one of the greatest recorder virtuosas in the world today and an electrifying stage presence, joined the [[Folger Consort]] for a rare recital of sublime and intimate Baroque masterpieces in ''Flauto Dolce''. Along with large-scale ensemble works by major figures of the period, the concert featured extended solo performances, including Ms. Verbruggen's own arrangements of Bach for solo recorder, virtuoso toccatas for keyboard, and a suite for viol by Marin Marais. The Folger Consort presented ''Flauto Dolce'' from March 4 to March 6, 2005.
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[[Folger Consort]] presented ''Flauto Dolce'' from March 4 to March 6, 2005. Marion Verbruggen, one of the greatest recorder virtuosas in the world today and an electrifying stage presence, joined the Consort for a rare recital of sublime and intimate Baroque masterpieces in ''Flauto Dolce''. Along with large-scale ensemble works by major figures of the period, the concert featured extended solo performances, including Ms. Verbruggen's own arrangements of Bach for solo recorder, virtuoso toccatas for keyboard, and a suite for viol by Marin Marais.  
 
 
  
 
==Artists==
 
==Artists==

Revision as of 12:27, 16 June 2014

Folger Consort presented Flauto Dolce from March 4 to March 6, 2005. Marion Verbruggen, one of the greatest recorder virtuosas in the world today and an electrifying stage presence, joined the Consort for a rare recital of sublime and intimate Baroque masterpieces in Flauto Dolce. Along with large-scale ensemble works by major figures of the period, the concert featured extended solo performances, including Ms. Verbruggen's own arrangements of Bach for solo recorder, virtuoso toccatas for keyboard, and a suite for viol by Marin Marais.

Artists

Folger Consort

Artistic Directors

  • Robert Eisenstein
  • Christopher Kendall


Guest artists

  • Marion Verbruggen: recorders
  • Webb Wiggins: harpsichord