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That which we call a Rose

28 September 2016
13:00 - 14:00

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King Charles II virginals and a copy of an Elizabethan VirginalsGawain Glenton – cornetto
Silas Wollston – virginals

Jonson, set by Farnaby – Alman
Byrd – Tregian’s Ground
Cima – Sonata, (1610)
Merl – Toccata Ottava
Willaert, set by Bassano – Diminutions on La Rose
Dowland, set by Byrd – Lachrymae Pavan
De Rore, set by Bovicelli – Diminutions on Ancor che col partire
Frescobaldi – Variations on La Romanesca (1615)
Gesualdo – Moro, lasso, al mio duolo
Purcell – Sefauchi’s Farewell, Z656
Purcell – Hornpipe, Z685
Coprario – Almain & Galliard from Fantasia Suite No. 1 (1623)

The sounds of two virginals – one from the English tradition, one from the Italian, are contrasted in music that alludes to the settings and characters of Shakespeare’s plays.
Silas Wollston performs with period orchestras and brings the fruits of his research to concert programmes as both soloist and musical director.
Gawain Glenton is a specialist cornetto player whose work takes him all over the world with groups such as Il Giardino Armonico, Collegium Vocale and Les Talens Lyriques. He is a member of The English Cornett & Sackbut Ensemble.


28 September 2016
13:00 - 14:00
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Hatchlands Park
East Clandon, Surrey GU4 7RT United Kingdom
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01483 211474
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Last approximately one hour.

Evening concerts

Last approximately two hours with one interval
during which juice and wine are served.


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