ORGELKONZERT ZÜRICH

DIETRICH BUXTEHUDE
DAS ORGELWERK

 

Orgelkonzert in der Kath. Kirche Maria Krönung (ZH)
Sonntag, 10. März 2024, 17.00 Uhr

 

Nicoleta Paraschivescu & Martin Sander, Hauser/Edskes-Orgel

 

Programm

 

 

FLYER

 

 

Bach-Jahrbuch 2022

NEW PAPER
«Eine neue Quelle zu den beiden Allemanden BWV 836 und BWV 837 im Clavier-Büchlein vor Wilhelm Friedemann Bach»

Nicoleta Paraschivescu

 

This paper is about the two Allemandes BWV 836 and BWV 837 from the Clavier-Büchlein vor Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1720), which have recently been identified in a previously unknown manuscript source entitled Lessons for the Harpsichord | By | P Gios Sandoni in the Mackworth Collection of the Cardiff University Library. Both pieces are part of a three-movement suite that can clearly be attributed to the Bolognese composer Pier Giuseppe Sandoni (1683-1748).

Who was Pier Giuseppe Sandoni, who lived at almost exactly the same time as Johann Sebastian Bach?
And how did Bach come into possession of his compositions?

pdf (first page)

BOOK RELEASE

 

 

 

University of Rochester Press, New York
EASTMAN STUDIES IN MUSIC, 184

 

BOOK RELEASE
September 13th, 2022

 

 

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NEW CD – SANDONI CANTATAS & INSTRUMENTAL WORKS

Rezension von Lindsey Kemp (09/2022)

 

Rezension von Matthias Hengelbrock (09/2022)

 

 

    Rezension von H. Heyder-Späth (09/2022)

 

 

Rezension von Uwe Krusch (05/2022)

 

 

 

Interview in der Zeitschrift  “TOCCATA”  (08/09 2022)

 

Podcast hr2 Kultur, Neue CD Musikrezension (06/2022)

 

 

 

Radio SRF 2 Kultur, Von Bologna in die Welt hinaus: Pier Giuseppe Sandoni, (06/2022)

 

 

Radio France: Le Disque classique du jour (06/2022)

 

 

Sendung «Die neue Platte» (05/2022)

 

CD-TIPP Dirk Kruse (05/2022)

 

Rezension von Corina Kolbe (05/2022)

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Ensemble La Floridiana – Juni 202o, Theodorskirche Basel
Nicoleta Paraschivescu, Cembalo & Leitung
Werke von G. Torelli, B. Marcello, A. Scarlatti & P.G. Sandoni
Poesie von M. Kaléko & R.M. Rilke Programm