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Alyssa Anderson, mezzo-soprano
Two songs by Barbara Strozzi:
I. Per un bacio (For a kiss)
II. L’eraclito amoroso (Amorous Heraclitus)
Join Alyssa and Michael they perform LFH‘s second ensemble performance. It’s a welcome sight in the At Home times, and you’ll love these two songs!
La Grande Bande
Arcangelo Corelli: Violin Sonata, Op. 5, No. 5
Join Natalie, Maryne, TJ, and Michael as they perform LFH‘s first ensemble performance. It’s a welcome sight in the At Home times.
TJ Dalton, plucked strings
The Complete, Complimentary Performance
Musical selections by Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710), Robert de Visée (1655–1732/3), and Johannes Kapsberger (1580–1651).
Learn everything there is to know with TJ’s LFH Series lecture-performance. He talks about and demonstrates his three most frequently used instruments: the Renaissance Lute, the Baroque guitar, and the theorbo.
Michael Thomas Asmus, harpsichord
Henry Purcell (1659–1695): Suite in g, Z. 661
Enjoy Michael’s LFH Series performance taken from one of Henry Purcell’s dance suites for harpsichord.
Natalie Rose Kress, violin
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750): Partita for Solo Violin No. 2 in d, BWV 1004
Enjoy Natalie’s LFH Series opening performance taken from one of Bach’s most important contributions to the musical world: his collection of three partitas and three sonatas for “violin without bass.”