Harmonie Universelle Performs "New Music For Old Instruments"

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Harmonie Universelle performs "New Music for Old Instruments"

Contemporary pieces composed for 18th-century instruments

Catherine Bull, baroque flute
Janice Joyce, baroque flute
Jacob Bitinas, viola da gamba

program:

Epigrams & Canons (1989) for two baroque flutes by Ezra Laderman (1924-2015)
“Anspielungen” (“Trials, Allusions”) by Hans-Martin Linde (b. 1930) (1988), for solo baroque flute
“Hijaz,” for viola da gamba by Martha Bishop (b. 1937)
“Papilionoidiae” (2014), for two baroque flutes by Martha Bishop

Composer Martha Bishop is a resident of Atlanta. She has played in the cello-section of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and also with them as a soloist playing viola da gamba; and she has played with period-music ensembles throughout the Southeast, including Harmonie Universelle, New Trinity Baroque, and the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra. Her teaching-career includes tenures at Emory University, Agnes Scott College, and Clayton State University. She is respected internationally as a performer, teacher, and composer for the viola da gamba, being among the first to create and publish new music for an instrument that passed out of common use over two hundred years ago.

$10 suggested donation for the musicians.

Reception will follow with beverages.
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