[CONCERT] The Kaleidoscope of Early Winds
posted by University Museum and Art Gallery for HKU and Public
Event Type: Performance Arts (music, dance, drama etc.)
Event Nature: Culture and Arts
After weathering its darkest history since the Fall of the Roman Empire, western culture underwent a massive series of changes spanning the Gothic period to the Renaissance. During this time, music experienced a parallel cycle of developments, transforming from monophonic Gregorian chants to the highly elaborate polyphonic counterpoint of the High Renaissance.
To coincide with UMAG's special exhibition, "Illustrious Illuminations: Christian Manuscripts from the High Gothic to the High Renaissance (1250–1540)", "L'Artiste" will present music from this historical period, employing a wide range of musical instruments from the time, and creating an unforgettable journey to accompany your tour of the illuminated manuscripts.
Medieval Drum/Pipe and Tabor/Organetto/Recorder
Trotto (14th c.)
Lamento di Tristano (14th c.)
La Rotta (14th c.)
Dame, ne regardez pas (G. de Machaut 1300-1377)
Ecce Advenit Dominator Dominus (Gregorian Chant)
Ecce Advenit (H. Isaac c.1450-1517)
Cornetto and Sackbut
I go before, my darling (T. Morley 1557-1602)
Chi chi li chi (G. D. da Nola c.1510-1592)
Adoramus te Christe (O. di Lasso c.1532-1594)
Fantasia (W. Byrd 1540-1623)
Mille Regretz (J. des Pres 1450-1521)
Mon Amy (T. Susato c.1510-1570)
Fantazia (A. Banchieri 1565-1634)
Programme will last around 40 minutes and is subject to change without prior notice.
Free Admission. All are welcome.
|Venue||1/F Fung Ping Shan Building, UMAG, HKU|
Registration is open from 08/01/2016 10:00(HKT) to 26/02/2016 14:00(HKT) on a first-come-first-served basis. The registration quota for this event is 60. Registrants will be placed on a waiting list if the registration quota is reached.
* Registration is now closed.
Should you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact Elena Cheung by email at email@example.com or by phone at 22415512.