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HARPSICHORD - ORGAN - FORTEPIANO

Early Keyboard Extravaganza

SPONSORED BY TERRY GRANT

Early Keyboard Extravaganza
Tuesday, Aug 20, 2024 at 7:30 pm
Trinity Episcopal Church
214 W Beverley St, Staunton

$22 - $38
Discounts available for
youth, college, & military

Doors open 6:30 | Preconcert talk 6:45
All seating is reserved.

The new 1830 Regier-Graf is just one of many stunning historical keyboards in use at Staunton Music Festival. The Early Keyboard Extravaganza program allows audiences to hear multiple harpsichords, organs, and pianos in repertoire ideally suited to their individual tonal and expressive capacities. Works by Rameau, Buxtehude, and Bach form a familiar core, balanced by rarer delights: music by Elisabeth de la Guerre, Louise Farrenc, and composer-in-residence Roberto Sierra.

Rameau | "La Coulicam" and "La Poule" from Pièces de Concert
De la Guerre | Two Airs, for voices and ensemble
Sierra | Concierto Nocturnal, for harpsichord and ensemble
Farrenc | Two movements from Piano Quintet No. 1
Buxtehude | Toccata and Fugue, for organ
J. S. Bach | Concerto in C Major, BWV 1061, for two harpsichords and strings

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Artists involved in this event:

Begelman, Bolena, Davids, Davis, Dietrich, DiEugenio, Fedor, Gascho, Kordes, Lardin, Matthews, Miller, Mueller-Szeraws, Roe, Schmidt, Shuldiner, Steinhoff, Tikkanen, Unterman, Willis, Wilson

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