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European Day of Early Music 2018

Celebrate the sixth European Day of Early Music with SEMF!

Thirty years of music and tears

March 21 2018 throughout Europe marks the celebration of the fifth edition of the European Day of Early Music, launched by an initiative from SEMF and coordinated by REMA. The event enjoys the patronage of the European Commission and is a cooperation with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). 

On March 21st, the beginning of spring and Johann Sebastian Bach's birthday, concerts, conferences and other events related to early music are held around Europe with the purpose of increasing the awareness about the diversity of a shared historical musical heritage. Several of these events are available for a broad audience via online live-streaming.

In Stockholm, SEMF is offering a uniquely compiled concert with Vokalharmonin, Stockholm & Lautten Compagney, Berlin conducted by Fredrik Malmberg.  

”Thirty years of music and tears”, including works by Schütz, Schein, Boltzius as well as Nordic folk music tunes is presented in The German Church (Tyska kyrkan) at 7 pm and broadcast live through Swedish Radio as well as EBU.

In cooperation with the Swedish Radio, EBU, the Goethe-Institute in Stockholm and the German Church. More information about the European Day of Early Music can be found on earlymusicday.eu

Buy your tickets here! from February 16th.

 
Wednesday 21 March 2018

Photo: copyright: Vokalharmonin & Lautten Companey

European Day of Early Music

Dir.: Fredrik Malmberg

Vokalharmonin & Lautten Compagney

Thirty Years of Music and Tears

On March 21st, the beginning of spring and Johann Sebastian Bach's birthday, celebrate the sixth edition of the European Day of Early Music with a uniquely compile concert with Vokalharmonin, Stockholm & Lautten Compagney, Berlin conducted by Fredrik Malmberg!

PROGRAMME
 
Andreas Gryphius               Thränen des Vaterlandes    
                                 
Heinrich Schütz                  Auf dem Gebirge (SWV 396)
                                        Warum toben die Heiden    
                                        
Anonymus                         Folk music suite, Sweden 17th century                       
                                            1) Sorgevisa från Ovanåker
                                            2) Dances after A. Höök, Thörn and Köningsberg note book
 
Thomas Boltzius                 Threnodia (Sorgemusiken med anledning av Gustav II Adolfs död
                                        1632)
 
Lucidor/Svenonius              Jag ledz wijd werlden       
                
A Hammerschmidt              Verleih uns frieden  
           
Folklig koral                       flöjtsolo                
                                                      
Sophie Elisabeth                 Ich, der hasslich bleiche tod    
                                     
Samuel Scheidt                  Galliard Battaglia      
                                                 
Heinrich Schütz                  Da Pacem, Domine                                                                                                                                                           
Anonymus                         Folk music suite, Sweden 17th century  
                     
Heinrich Schütz                  Nun danket alle Gott (symphonie sacre III)           
 
 

19:00 - 20:30The German Church
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