Georg Friedrich Handel (1685-1759) | Sonata in G Major, Op. 5/4 | 1st Movement, Allegro
Interpreted by NeoBarock: highly up-to-date and thrillingly performed “without a single bar of boredom” (Schaffhauser News, Switzerland).
NeoBarock’s programs are never run of the mill and when, on occasion, it is to be a famous piece by Handel, “then the interpretation by NeoBarock is so irresistibly new, that it is barely recognizable.” (Südkurier)
Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel (1690-1749) | Sonata in E Minor | 3rd Movement, Adagio
The secret laws that determine whether an artist’s fame will fade or pass the test of time will probably always remain a mystery. NeoBarock has dug up chamber music works by Stölzel that can now be heard for the first time after slumbering for nearly 250 years in libraries and archives.
Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber (1644-1704) | Partia VI from “Harmonia Artificioso-Ariosa” | Præludium. Adagio/Allegro
Elaborate, vocal-style beauty of sound is what Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber promises with his Sonata cycle “Harmonia artificioso-ariosa”. The virtuosity and modernity of these pieces will knock your socks off.