Musical Delicacies

— Early Music Concert Series —

From intabulation to figured bass

The development of early continuo practices with special focus on Frescobaldi’s time — Lecture — Martin Lubenow (Mvsiche Varie).

Monday 25 April 2016 10:00–12:00 — Janáček Academy (JAMU), room 330, Komenského náměstí 6, 602 00 Brno, Czech Republic.

The lecture takes places within the project “Expressions of musical styles in the 17th century across the borders”

Project “Expressions of musical styles in the 17th century across the borders”
Sa 23.04.2016
ConcertMvsiche Varie
Symphoniae Sacrae in stilo moderno e grave
St. Joseph’s Church,
Josefská 1, Brno
250 Kč
150 Kč
90 Kč
Su 24.04.2016
ConcertMvsiche Varie
Symphoniae Sacrae in stilo moderno e grave
Church of the Assumption,
Velké náměstí 40, Hradec Králové
200 Kč
120 Kč
Mo 25.04.2016
10:00 – 12:00
Lecture (in English) — Martin Lubenow
From intabulation to figured bass
Janáček Academy (JAMU),
Komenského náměstí 6, Brno
Canzona prima detta la Bonvisia 

In partitura il primo libro delle Canzoni 
a una, due, tre, e quattro voci.
Per sonare con ogni sorte di Stromenti 
[…] del Sig. Girolamo Frescobaldi. 

In Roma. Apresso Paolo Masotti. 
Frescobaldi: Canzona prima detta la Bonvisia. (Canzoni, Roma 1628, Partitura, pag. 4)
David Petersen: IV Sonata 

Speelstukken samengestelt door David Petersen 
Dese stukken werden gespeelt met en viool en bas continuo. Waar bij 
gevoegt kan werden een theorbe, of viool dagamba.

Amsterdam 1683, pag. 12 [GB–DRc / Durham Cathedral Library].
Petersen: IV Sonata. (Speelstukken, Amsterdam 1683, pag. 12)

Martin Lubenow.

Martin Lubenow

Martin Lubenow studied music, majoring in trumpet, cornett and music theory at the Cologne University of Music, harpsichord at the Folkwang-Hochschule in Essen/Duisburg, and cornett at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basle. In addition to his concert activities as cornettist and continuo player, he taught the discipline of “Historical Music Theory” from 1995 to 2013 at the Musikhochschule Trossingen, where he received the title of professor in 2008. He is also active as music publisher and has given numerous courses of early music. His special interest is the music of the 17th century.

As an organist and cornettist, he participated in numerous radio and CD productions and performed in concerts at home and abroad. His own ensemble Mvsiche Varie has also taken him on concert tours throughout Europe. The intensive study of the original sources and the associated search for hitherto unknown composers and pieces led him to the foundation of the Mvsiche Varie music publishing firm, which deals particularly with the music of the 17th century. The published repertoire comprises more than 250 different titles. One focus of the publishing activity is the reconstruction and amendment of 16th to 18th century compositions that have come down to us incompletely.

Thank you

The lecture takes place with financial support from the Česko-německý fond budoucnosti.

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