â€śPeter Harveyâ€™s is one of those voices which makes you imagine that if there were to be a voice of God, this is what it would sound likeâ€ť â€“ MusicWeb
Long-time Tafelmusik collaborator Peter HarveyÂ joins us for this exploration of the richlyÂ passionate music writtenÂ in Germany in the decadesÂ before J.S. Bach. Peter is joined by a chamber ensemble of Tafelmusik musicians in this program designed by Music Director Emerita Jeanne Lamon, whose artistry is featured in a haunting Lament for bass voice, solo violin, and strings by J.S. Bachâ€™s mentor, his cousin, Johann Christoph.
Violinist Julia Wedman, whose debut solo recording of Biber Mystery Sonatas received rave reviews, is also featured in one of Biberâ€™s later sonatas, as is Dominic TeresiÂ in a virtuoso sonata for dulcian, the 17th century ancestor of the bassoon. The concert ends with J.S. Bachâ€™s divinelyÂ intimate Cantata 82, â€śIch habeÂ genug.â€ť
Peter Harvey, baritone
Jeanne Lamon & Julia Wedman, violin
Thomas Georgi & Patrick Jordan, viola
Christina Mahler, cello
Alison Mackay, violone & double bass
John Abberger, oboe
Dominic Teresi, dulcian
Lucas Harris, lute
Charlotte Nediger, organ
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