Kingsbury Ensemble

Music of Bach and Vivaldi

Favorite and less-known instrumental and vocal pieces of the two best-loved Baroque composers: Bach virtuosic harpsichord concerto in d minor, Vivaldi concerto for 2 violins and cello, his Stabat Mater for countertenor and strings and more with Keith Wehmeier, countertenor, Maryse Carlin, harpsichcord, Anne Timberlake, recorder, Ken Kulosa, cello.

Program:

Concerto for 2 violins and cello in D minor, RV 565 (1711) by Antonio Vivaldi
     I.   Allegro                                                                                                   
     II.  Largo e spiccato
     III. Allegro
 
“Ho tanto affanni in petto” (1710) by George Frideric Handel
from the cantata Mi palpita il cor, HWV 132c                                           
 
Harpsichord Concerto No.1 in D minor, BWV 1052 (1734) by Johann Sebastian Bach
     I.   Allegro                                                                                                
     II.  Adagio
     III. Allegro
                                         
                                                                 Intermission


Sonata for recorder and continuo in F Major, BWV 1035 (1741) by Johann Sebastian Bach
     I.   Adagio ma non tante                                                                          
     II.  Allegro
     III. Siciliano
     IV. Allegro assai
 
Sonata for violoncello and harpsichord in B-flat Major, RV 46 (ca. 1724) by Antonio Vivaldi
     I.   Largo
     II.  Allegro
     III. Largo
     IV. Allegro
 
Stabat Mater for countertenor and strings, RV 621 (ca. 1727) by Antonio Vivaldi
     I.     Stabat mater dolorosa
     II.    Cujus animam gementem
     III.   O quam tristis et afflicta
     IV.   Quis est homo
     V.    Quis non posset contristari
     VI.   Pro peccattis suae gentis
     VII.  Eia mate, fons amoris
     VIII. Fac ut ardeat cor meum
     IX.   Amen

Keith Wehmeier, countertenor
Anne Timberlake, recorder
Micah Fleming, Amy Greenhalgh, violin
Jennifer Goodman, viola
Ken Kulosa, cello
Anita Hagerman, bass
Maryse Carlin, harpsichord