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Baroque music will never be the same for anyone after this concert. Composers of the late 17th and early 18th centuries engaged in more experimentation than they get credit for—and some of their music sounds like it could have been written today. The music of Biber, Telemann, and Rameau includes Ives-like polytonality (three keys at once!) and early hints of minimalism, jazz, and the modern movie soundtrack.
Battalia à 10 Heinrich Biber (1644–1704)
Suite: Les Nations Georg Philipp Telemann (1681–1767)
Le Mezzen Telemann
L’espérance de Mississippi Telemann
Music from Les Indes Galantes Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683–1764)
Air pour les Bostangis
Air pour les Esclaves Africanes
Air des Incas pour la dévotion du Soleil
Adoration du Soleil
Danse du Grand Calumet de la Paix
Music from Les Boréades Rameau
Entree pour les Muses, les Zephyres, les Saisons, les Heures et les Arts
Producer’s Circle member Tom G.
A member of the Producer’s Circle