SUNDAY 6
12:30 p.m.

BAEZA
Auditory of the Hospital of Santiago


CONCERTO 1700
Daniel Pinteño, violin and conductor


Hortulus chelicus: The Dresden violin school


During the 17th and 18th centuries, the Dresden violin school brought together some of the most important musicians in German-speaking lands. The Dresden Hofkapelle was the orchestra that centralised most part of the musical activity in the city and the violinists of this orchestra developed a unique language. This program reviews over the 100-year history of this violin school, from its beginning with the arrival of Carlo Farina to its pinnacle at the time of Johann Georg Pisendel, one of the greatest violinists of the eighteenth century.

PROGRAM

Carlo Farina (c.1604-1639)
Sonata quinta detta La Farina a 2

Johann Jakob Walther (c.1650-1717)
Hortulus Chelicus
7. Passagagli

Johann Paul von Westhoff (1656-1705)
Sonata II in A minor for violin and continuo
Largo
Presto
Imitatione del liuto
Aria
Finale

Silvius Leopold Weiss (1686-1750)
Sonata in A major WeissSW 12
Prelude
Allemande

Johann David Heinichen (1683-1729)
Sonata in C minor for violin and continuo S.266
Adagio
Andante
Affetuoso
Allegro

Johann Georg Pisendel (1687-1755)
Sonata in E minor JunP IV.1 for violin and continuo
Largo
Moderato
Arioso
Scherzando

Duration: 70’

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SPONSORED BY THE FUNDACIÓN CAJA RURAL DE JAÉN

IN CO-PRODUCTION WITH THE CENTRO NACIONAL DE DIFUSIÓN MUSICAL

Daniel Pinteño, violin and conductor
Ester Domingo, violoncello
Ignacio Prego, harpsichord
Pablo Zapico, theorbo

Daniel Pinteño, violin and conductor. Considered by critics as one of the most international renown Spanish figures in the historical performance panorama, he studied baroque violin at the Conservatoire à rayonnement régional in Toulouse with the Swiss violinist Gilles Colliard and also at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música in Madrid under the tutelage of Hiro Kurosaki. Daniel Pinteño plays an anonymous Italian violin dating from the early 18th century.

Concerto 1700. Founded in 2015 by the violinist Daniel Pinteño, Concerto 1700 was born with the aim of performing works dating from the early Baroque period to the early Romanticism using historical instruments. The group excels by its work on the recovery of 18th-century Spanish musical heritage.

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