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Tea with a Gamba & Theorbo

Join Duo Labyrinthe for tea, scones and beautiful evocative music from the 17th and 18th centuries played on the authentic instruments of the time.


Marin Marais 1656 – 1728
Pièces de viole, 3 livre,
Prelude in G major

Christopher Simpson c.1602/6 – 1669
Divisions on a ground in G major

Georg Friedrich Händel 1685 – 1759
Sonate g-Moll HWV 364b for Viola da gamba und
Basso continuo
Andante Larghetto – Allegro – Adagio – Allegro

Alessandro Piccinini 1566 – c.1638
Toccata VI for solo theorbo

Marin Marais 1656 – 1728
From Pièces de viole, for viola da gamba and Basso
Variations upon a ground


Marin Marais 1656 – 1728
Suitte d’un goût Etranger from
Pièces de viole, 4e livre,
Nr. 74 Le Labyrinthe

Robert de Visée c.1655 – 1732/33
Suite in c minor for solo theorbo
Prelude – La plainte ou tombeau de
Mesdmemoidelles De Visee,
Allemande de M. leur Pere

August Kuehnel c.1645 – 1700
Herr Jesu Christ, du hoechstes Gut
Variations for viola da gamba and b.c

Georg Philipp Telemann 1681 – 1767
Sonate G-Dur TWV 41:G6 for Treble viol and Basso
continuo from Essercizii musici
(Hamburg um 1726-1728)
Siciliana – Vivace – Dolce – Scherzando

Event Details

Date: Monday 18th June 2012| Time: 3:00 PM | Location: The Angel Annexe
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