— Early Music Concert Series —
Virtuoso guitar music of the 16.-18. centuries — Karel Fleischlinger, baroque and renaissance guitar, theorbo.
Saturday 23 August 18:00 — Grand hall (entrance from the park), Belcredi chateau, Pohankova 8, CZ–62800 Brno-Líšeň.
|Santiago de Murcia (1673 – 1739)||Zarambeques — La Jota (Saldívar Codex No. 4)|
|Adrien Le Roy (cca. 1520 — 1598)||Prelude — 5 Branles de Bourgongne (Premier livre de tablature de guiterre)|
|Girolamo Kapsperger (cca. 1580 – 1651)||Toccata Sesta (Intavolatura di Chitarone, Libro Primo)|
|Alessandro Piccinini (1566 – cca. 1638)||Toccata IV — Toccata VI (Intavolatura di Liuto et di Chitarrone, Libro primo)|
|Santiago de Murcia (1673 – 1739)||Gallardas — Tarantelas (Saldívar Codex No. 4)|
|Jan Antonín Losy (cca. 1650 – 1721)||Suite IX|
Prélude — Aria — Gavote — Allemande — Sarabande — Menuet — Gigue
|Guillame Morlaye (cca. 1510 – cca. 1558)||Galliarde — Chi dira mai — Conte Clare (Premier Livre de Guiterne)|
|Girolamo Kapsperger (cca. 1580 – 1651)||Toccata Prima — Toccata Seconda Arpeggiata (Intavolatura di Chitarone, Libro Primo)|
|Francisque Corbetta (cca. 1615 – 1681)||Gigue - Caprices de Chacone (La Guitarre Royalle)|
|Gaspar Sanz (1640 – 1710)||Zarabanda — Canarios (Instruccion de Musica sobre la Guitarra espagnola)|
Karel Fleischlinger studied guitar with Stanislav Juřica at the Conservatory in Pardubice, and graduated from the Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt (Weimar) under the guidance of prof. Roland Zimmer. In 1986 he won the first prize and the title of laureate in the international competition in Kutná Hora in the category under 35 years old. In the same year he also won the first prize in the competition on the interpretation of contemporary Czech music.
In addition to numerous concerts at home and abroad, he has performed in a series radio recordings. Since 1991 he has also dedicated himself to chamber music in Lenz–Trio consisting of flute (Susanne Oehler), violoncello (Torsten Oehler) and guitar; from 2004 in PF Guitar Quartet; and from 2007 in Romantic Guitar Duo with Jan Tuláček.
In 1999, he recorded his first solo CD in the Principium studio (Prague), in 2001 a CD with Lenz–Trio, and in 2009 in the SURF studio a DVD/CD with PF Guitar Quartet. In the summer 2010 he recorded on a replica of an eight-stringed guitar (Ries, 1840) the CD Souvenir Romantique with music by the guitar masters of the 19th century.
The concert presents both renaissance and baroque guitar as well as theorbo. You will hear music by the leading European lutenists and guitarist from the late 16th to the early 18th century, performed on copies of original instruments, made by the Czech luthier Jiří Čepelák:
The concert takes place with financial support from the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and the Statutory City of Brno.
We thank the Belcredi family for providing rooms for the concert.