This concert offers you the occasion to enjoy one of Haydn’s most celebrated chamber works. From the German-Bohemian composer Carl Stamitz, a sonata for viola d’amore, an obscure instrument whose unique sound is said to resemble most the human voice. Works by Jan Ladislav Dussek and Leopold Kozeluch as well as a selection of Romanian folk songs round out this programme.
Presented by Bourgie Hall and Pallade Musica in collaboration with ATMA Classique
Dates: Live webcast on May 5 at 5.30 p.m., then available on-demand until May 19, 11 p.m.
Selection of Romanian folk songs from Bihar County, compiled by Béla Bartók Jan Ladislav DUSSEK, Piano Trio in F major, C. 141 Carl STAMITZ, Sonata for Viola d’amore in D major Leopold KOZELUCH, Prelude in E-flat major XIII:3 Joseph HAYDN, Piano Trio No. 25 in G major, Hob.XV:25