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Details

Old Baptist Chapel
Church Street
Tewkesbury
Gloucestershire
GL20 5RZ
England


Programme

Johann Joachim QuantzDuet no.4 in C major for flute and violin, Op.2 (QV 3:2.1)
Georg Philipp TelemannCanonic Sonata in D major for flute and violin, Op.5
Johann Sebastian BachPartita in A minor, BWV 1013
Carl Philipp Emanuel BachDuet for Flute and Violin, H.598
Johann Sebastian BachPartita no.3 in E major for solo violin, BWV 1006
Georg Philipp TelemannFantasies for solo flute, TWV 40: no.7 in D major
Georg Philipp TelemannFlute fantasia in D minor, TWV 40:6

Performers

Adrian Butterfield – baroque violin
Rachel Brown – baroque flute

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Programme Note

Dip into a fabulous casket of German jewels, celebrating Telemann in the 250th anniversary of his death with flute fantasies and duos, alongside solo partitas for flute and for violin by J S Bach, and duos by Quantz and CPE Bach.

Violinist Adrian Butterfield is Musical Director of the Tilford Bach Society, Associate Music Director of the London Handel Festival and Professor of Baroque Violin at the Royal College of Music, London.  He leads and directs The Revolutionary Drawing Room and The London Handel Players and directs and conducts The London Handel Orchestra.  Rachel Brown, a leading exponent of historical flutes, is principal flute and recorder player with the Academy of Ancient Music, the Hanover Band, the Brandenburg Consort, Collegium Musicum 90, Ex Cathedra and, more recently, Arcangelo.  Her acclaimed solo recordings include the Telemann Fantasias, sonatas and concertos by JS, CPE and JC Bach, Handel, Quantz and Leclair.

Rachel Brown

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