Dialogue of the keys II

Ammerbach with double m
Intro 17:45 18:15 Concert

Barfüsserkirche, Historical Museum Basel

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he ReRenaissance concert in August 2021 presented music for harpsichord or organ from the collection of Bonifacius Amerbach; Dialogue of the Keys II presents a similarly central collection from the next generation: the first printed book of organ music in Germany, collected by the organist Elias Nikolaus Ammerbach and published in 1583. The book has many parallels to Bonifacius Amerbach’s collection, with arrangements of a colorful range of genres, sacred and secular, French, German and Italian, instrumental and vocal.

This concert offers a very special opportunity to collaborate with another house of the HMB – Jörg-Andreas Bötticher will play the table organ “Ab Yberg”, which is housed in the Basel Instrument Museum. Built in Augsburg in the years 1566-1578, the instrument comes from the family chapel of St. Sebastian “Im Grund” of the Ab Yberg family in Schwyz. The organ will alternate with a small harpsichord from the mid-16th century that will accompany some of the original songs by Orlando di Lasso, Ludwig Senfl, Clemens non papa and others.

Jörg-Andreas Bötticher – Organ; Direction | Maria Morozova-Meléndez – Cembalo/Virginal | Gesang

2023

Februar

Canti C

In the labyrinth of revolution
Sun 26.02.23 Intro 17:45 Concert 18:15

Barfüsserkirche
Basel Historical Museum

März

Songs without words

The mystery of a textless chansonnier (c1473)
Sun 26.03.23 Intro 17:30 Concert 18:15

Barfüsserkirche
Historical Museum Basel

April

Dialogue of the keys II

Ammerbach with double m (and singing)
Sun 30.04.23 Theme 17:45 Concert 18:15

Mai

All in a Garden Green

Melodies to dance along ... or listen and look
Sun 28.05.23 afternoon

Place still open

Juni

The donkey crown

Animals & Creatures invite to the finissage
Sun 25.06.23 Theme 17:45 Concert 18:15

September

Biennale ReRenaissance 2023

Music and Power - Maximilian's Triumphal Procession
Fri 22.09.23 Opening Concert 19:30

Barfüsserkirche
Historical Museum Basel