New Comma Baroque – Matthew C. Cataldi, Baroque violin, Leighann R. Daihl, Baroque flute, Phillip W. Serna, viola da gamba & Emily J. Morlan, historical keyboards

New Comma Baroque’s Upcoming Concerts for the 2016-2017 Season:

Boston Early Music Festival Fringe 2017 – New Comma Baroque’s Somewhere in Time: Telemann’s ‘Lost’ 12 Fantasias for Solo Viol, 1735

Located in 2014 by Thomas Fritzsch, a copy of Telemann’s self-published 1735 fantasias for viola da gamba survived near Hanover at Ledenburg Palace in the collection of Eleonore von Münster (née von Grothaus, 1734-1794). Dedicated to musical subscriber Mr. Pierre Chaunell (1703-1789) and published in a period when the viol was already out of fashion in Europe, Telemann’s unique fantasias encompass a plethora of forms – both old and new, inspired by the Polish and Moravian music of his early career, filled with techniques spanning fugal writing to elements of the rondo and concerto, straddling the High Baroque and the galant. Join New Comma Baroque’s Phillip Serna honoring the 250th anniversary of Telemann’s death! 

TeleMannia: Telemann’s ‘Lost’ 12 Fantasias for Solo Viol, 1735 – New Comma Baroque at the Boston Early Music Festival Fringe
Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Boston MA
Monday, June 12, 2017 9:00AM
$15 Suggested Donation 
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Georg Philipp Telemann

New Comma Baroque is a program of the Renovo Music Alliance, a 501(c)(3) non-profit performing arts organization partially supported by a grant from the Evanston Arts Council, a city agency supported by the City of Evanston, and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency. All donations to New Comma Baroque are tax-deductible.

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