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=== Fire & Invention—Telemann's Showpieces for the Dresden Orchestra. Presented in association with [[Folger Consort]] ===
 
=== Fire & Invention—Telemann's Showpieces for the Dresden Orchestra. Presented in association with [[Folger Consort]] ===
Folger Consort will perform ''Tempesta di Mare: Telemann 360°: Fire & Invention—Telemann's Showpieces for the Dresden Orchestra ''on October 12 at the'' ''[https://www.reformationdc.org/ Lutheran Church of the Reformation].
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[[Folger Consort]] performed ''Tempesta di Mare: Telemann 360°: Fire & Invention—Telemann's Showpieces for the Dresden Orchestra ''on October 12 at the[https://www.reformationdc.org/ Lutheran Church of the Reformation].
  
 
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(Re)discover Baroque Germany's favorite composer, Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1667), through an ear-opening performance by Philadelphia's premier Baroque orchestra Tempesta di Mare. <em>Fire & Invention</em> includes two grand, pull-out-all-the-stops concertos for orchestra and the modern premiere of six newly found entr'acts by Telemann, all written for the finest band of his day, the Dresden Hofkapelle (now the Dresden State Orchestra), and collected by its concertmaster, Telemann's close friend and virtuoso violinist, Johann Georg Pisendel. In <em>Fire & Invention</em> the ensemble will showcase Telemann's unparalleled variety of character, nuance, melody and joie-de-vivre.
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(Re)discover Baroque Germany's favorite composer, Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1667), through an ear-opening performance by Philadelphia's premier Baroque orchestra Tempesta di Mare. <em>Fire & Invention</em> included two grand, pull-out-all-the-stops concertos for orchestra and was the modern premiere of six newly found entr'acts by Telemann, all written for the finest band of his day, the Dresden Hofkapelle (now the Dresden State Orchestra), and collected by its concertmaster, Telemann's close friend and virtuoso violinist, Johann Georg Pisendel. In <em>Fire & Invention</em> the ensemble showcased Telemann's unparalleled variety of character, nuance, melody and joie-de-vivre.
  
 
For further information, please visit the Folger site to [https://www.folger.edu/events/telemann-360-fire-invention-telemanns-showpieces-for-the-dresden-orchestra learn more] or visit  [https://tempestadimare.org/ Tempesta di Mare]
 
For further information, please visit the Folger site to [https://www.folger.edu/events/telemann-360-fire-invention-telemanns-showpieces-for-the-dresden-orchestra learn more] or visit  [https://tempestadimare.org/ Tempesta di Mare]

Latest revision as of 10:32, 28 April 2020

Fire & Invention—Telemann's Showpieces for the Dresden Orchestra. Presented in association with Folger Consort

Folger Consort performed Tempesta di Mare: Telemann 360°: Fire & Invention—Telemann's Showpieces for the Dresden Orchestra on October 12 at theLutheran Church of the Reformation.

TempestadiMare2013byAndyKahl.jpg

(Re)discover Baroque Germany's favorite composer, Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1667), through an ear-opening performance by Philadelphia's premier Baroque orchestra Tempesta di Mare. Fire & Invention included two grand, pull-out-all-the-stops concertos for orchestra and was the modern premiere of six newly found entr'acts by Telemann, all written for the finest band of his day, the Dresden Hofkapelle (now the Dresden State Orchestra), and collected by its concertmaster, Telemann's close friend and virtuoso violinist, Johann Georg Pisendel. In Fire & Invention the ensemble showcased Telemann's unparalleled variety of character, nuance, melody and joie-de-vivre.

For further information, please visit the Folger site to learn more or visit Tempesta di Mare