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[[Folger Consort]] performed Oktoberfest: Early Music of Germany from October 12th to 14th 2018 in the Folgers [[Elizabethan Theatre]].
  
 
Autumn brings a flavorful array of festive music from the German-speaking lands, featuring colorful songs by 14th-century Tyrolean knight, adventurer, poet, and musician Oswald von Wolkenstein, along with quirky instrumental pieces from the 15th-century Glogauer Liederbuch. Later music by Heinrich Isaac and Ludwig Senfl reflects the opulent court of the Emperor Maximilian I in early 16th-century Vienna. With strings, winds, and tenor Mark Bleeke.
 
Autumn brings a flavorful array of festive music from the German-speaking lands, featuring colorful songs by 14th-century Tyrolean knight, adventurer, poet, and musician Oswald von Wolkenstein, along with quirky instrumental pieces from the 15th-century Glogauer Liederbuch. Later music by Heinrich Isaac and Ludwig Senfl reflects the opulent court of the Emperor Maximilian I in early 16th-century Vienna. With strings, winds, and tenor Mark Bleeke.
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For further information, please visit the Folger site to [https://www.folger.edu/events/ovid-s-vineyard learn more].

Revision as of 12:44, 28 April 2020

Oktoberfest: Early Music of Germany (2018)

Folger Consort performed Oktoberfest: Early Music of Germany from October 12th to 14th 2018 in the Folgers Elizabethan Theatre.

Autumn brings a flavorful array of festive music from the German-speaking lands, featuring colorful songs by 14th-century Tyrolean knight, adventurer, poet, and musician Oswald von Wolkenstein, along with quirky instrumental pieces from the 15th-century Glogauer Liederbuch. Later music by Heinrich Isaac and Ludwig Senfl reflects the opulent court of the Emperor Maximilian I in early 16th-century Vienna. With strings, winds, and tenor Mark Bleeke.

Program:

Songs by Oswald von Wolkenstein (c. 1376-1445): Wach auff, mein hort! ; Frölichen so well wir ; Ain graserin ; Zergangen ist meins hertzen we ; Her wiert, uns dürstest ; Frölich geschrai

Consort arrangements of music from the Glogauer Liederbuch (c. 1480): Mein schönstes lib auf erden ; In feuers hitz ; Der natter schwanz ; Der ratten schwanz ; Die katzenpfote ; Der pfauen schwanz ; Du lenze gut ; Der enterpriz ; Ich bins erfreut

Vocal and instrumental music by Heinrich Isaac (c. 1450-1517): Maudit soyt ; La la ho ho ; Es het ein Baur ein Töchterlein ; La mi la sol ; Ich stund an einem Morgen ; Zwischen Berg und tiefem Tal ; Mein Freud allein ; Tart ara ; Greiner, zancker, schnöpffitzer

Vocal and instrumental music by Ludwig Senfl (c. 1486-1543): Tandernaken ; Ach Elslein ; Wann ich des Morgens ; Es taget vor dem Walde ; Lamentatio ; Freundliches K. ; Das lang ; Ich weiss nit

Artists

Folger Consort

Artistic Directors

Robert Eisenstein: viol, violin

Christopher Kendall: lute

Guest Artists

Mark Bleeke, Tenor

Liza Malamut, Winds

Anna Marsh, Winds

Mary Springfels, Viol

For further information, please visit the Folger site to learn more.