Renaissance music for lute
The program includes pieces by Francesco Spinacino, Joan Maria Da Crema, Francesco Da Milano and Vincenzo Capirola.
II. Vihuela in the 16th century, Spain
Pieces by Luys Milán, Miguel de Fuenllana, Luys de Narváez and Diego Pisador.
III. Frottola and ricercare
The program includes frottolas performed with voice, lute, viola da gamba, recorders, spinet and percussions.
I. Sacred music between renaissance and baroque
Pieces by Claudio Monteverdi, Lodovico Balbi, Natale Monferrato and Andrea Gabrieli, for an instrumental ensemble or for voice and theorbo.
II. The first Italian violin virtuoso school
Pieces by Biagio Marini, Dario Castello, Andrea Falconieri, Marco Uccellini and Arcangelo Corelli for violin and therbo.
III. Concert dedicated to Johannes Hieronymus Kapsberger
Preludes, Toccatas and Canzonas of the greatest theorbo composer of the 17th century.
IV. 17th century Italian composers for theorbo and harpsichord
Pieces by Girolamo Frescobaldi, Bernardo Storace, Alessandro Piccinini and Hieronimus Kapsberger, the last two written for theorbo and basso continuo.
V. Vivaldi trios
for violin, lute and basso continuo.
VI. Johann Sebastian Bach Suites BWV 1007, 1008 and 1009
The J.S. Bach Cello Suites transcribed for theorbo.
VII. The archlute in the 18th century
Music by Giovanni Zamboni.
VIII. Antonio Vivaldi
Pieces for voice and instrumental ensemble.
IX. Benedetto Marcello
Music for Flute and Basso Continuo.
I. Leçons de Ténèbres
Pieces by François Couperin for voices, organ/harpsichord, viola da gamba and theorbo.
II. French baroque
Pieces by François Couperin, Antoine Forqueray, Robert de Visée and Marin Marais for harpsichord, theorbo and viola da gamba.