— Early Music Concert Series —
Renaissance and Baroque songs from Southern Europe. Spiritual texts and stories stories of unrequited love, ambivalence and desire.
Sunday 6 September 2015 16:00 — St. John the Baptist Church in Frýdek, ulice Farní, 738 01 Frýdek-Místek, Czech Republic.
|Lodovico Viadana (cca 1560 — 1627)||O quam suavis est Domine spiritus tuus (Centum Sacri Concentus ab una voce)|
|Alonso Mudarra (cca 1510 — 1580)|| Fantasia IV de passos de contado
(Tres Libros de Musica en Cifras)|
Verso en Latin III – Beatus ille, qui procul negociis (de Horatio)
Verso en Latin IV – Hanc tua Penelope (de Ovidio)
Villanico IV – Ysabel, perdiste la tu faxa
|José Marín (cca 1619 – 1699)||No sé yo cómo es (Tonos y Villancicos)|
|Giulio Caccini (cca 1550 – 1618)||Amarilli mia bella (Le nuove musiche)|
|Claudio Monteverdi (cca 1567 – 1643)||Laudate Dominum|
|Diego Pisador (cca 1509 – after 1557)||Si la noche haze escura (Libro de Musica de Vihuela)|
|Alonso Mudarra (cca 1510 – 1580)|| Fantasia X que contrahaze la harpa en la manera de Luduvico
(Tres Libros de Musica en Cifras)|
Soneto en Ytaliano III – O gelosia di amanti (de Sanazaro)
|José Marín (cca 1619 – 1699)||Sepan todos que muero (Tonos y Villancicos)|
|Bellerofonte Castaldi (cca 1581 – 1649)|| Quella altera
(Primo Mazzetto di Fiori)|
Fuor di noia
|Giulio Caccini (cca 1550 – 1618)|| Al fonte, al prato
(Le nuove musiche)|
O, che felice giorno
Singing has accompanied mankind since time immemorial. The Renaissance and Baroque periods were no exceptions. During this time there originated a large number of songs with accompaniment of a lute, a vihuela or a baroque guitar, or with basso continuo: bass melody lines with numbers that characterize the accompanying chords. The concert with Monika Dopitová and Karel Fleischlinger offers music lovers an insight into a treasury of early music, the way the Renaissance and Baroque song was written and enjoyed with accompaniment of the instruments that were common at that time. In addition to famous composers (Giulio Caccini, Claudio Monteverdi) you will hear songs and works of lesser-known authors (Alonso Mudarra, Pisador Diego José Marín, Bellerofonte Castaldi), whose music is just as beautiful and alive.
Monika Dopitová graduated from Opava Conservatory for Church Music in the subject of singing with Barbara Habustové. She continues with this subject at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ostrava under the tutelage of Zlatica Berkyová. She regularly participates in courses on the interpretation of early vocal music (Evelyn Tubb, Joel Frederiksen). At the Bohuslav Martinů Singing Competition in 2008, she received a special award for interpretations of the 20th century, and two years later, she was awarded the 3rd place in the International Singing Competition Janáček Hukvaldy.
She has worked in the opera and ballet corps of the Silesian Theatre in Opava. In 2011, as part of a concert series in Munich, she worked with Ensemble Phoenix Munich under the direction of Joel Frederiksen.
She teaches at the Folklore Conservatory and Music School in Ostrava and at the Music School for Sacred Music in Frydek-Mistek.
Karel Fleischlinger studied guitar with Stanislav Juřica at Pardubice Conservatory and graduated from the University of Music Franz Liszt in Weimar (Germany) under the direction of Prof. Roland Zimmer. In 1986 he won the first prize and the title of laureate in the category below 35 years in the international competition in Kutná Hora. In the same year he also achieved the first place in the competition of contemporary Czech music.
In addition to many concerts at home and abroad, he has created a number of radio recordings. Since 1991 he gives concerts with the Lenz-Trio chamber ensemble composed of flute (Susanne Oehler), cello (Torsten Oehler) and guitar. He also plays in the PF Guitar Quartet, in the Romantic Guitar Duo with Jan Tuláček, performs with Brno Contemporary Orchestra and a number of other artists and ensembles.
His discography includes 4 solo CDs, one CD with Lenz-Trio and one DVD/CD with PF Guitar Quartet. Two recent solo CD is devoted to early music and period instruments.
He teaches at the Music School Blansko and at P. J. Vejvanovský Conservatory in Kroměříž.
The concert takes place with financial support from the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.