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    October 2018

    Armonico Tributo

    October 17 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
    Kendal Town Hall, Highgate
    Kendal, LA9 4DL United Kingdom
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    £10

    The richness of five-part instrumental writing was not new to the 18th century: German, Italian and French composers had all been exploiting this sonority for decades. But it was Georg Muffatt, born in Savoy of Scottish parentage, who for the first time aimed to reconcile these styles into a single genre. His music, remarkable in its expressive range, combines the sophistication and rhythmic poise of the French, the vibrancy and colour of the Italians and the depth and richness of…

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    Armonico Tributo

    October 19 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
    St Cecilia’s Hall, Cowgate
    Edinburgh, EH1 1NQ United Kingdom
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    £5 - £20

    The richness of five-part instrumental writing was not new to the 18th century: German, Italian and French composers had all been exploiting this sonority for decades. But it was Georg Muffatt, born in Savoy of Scottish parentage, who for the first time aimed to reconcile these styles into a single genre. His music, remarkable in its expressive range, combines the sophistication and rhythmic poise of the French, the vibrancy and colour of the Italians and the depth and richness of…

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    Armonico Tributo

    October 20 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
    St Machar’s Cathedral, 18 The Chanonry
    Aberdeen, AB24 1RQ United Kingdom
    £15 - £20

    The richness of five-part instrumental writing was not new to the 18th century: German, Italian and French composers had all been exploiting this sonority for decades. But it was Georg Muffatt, born in Savoy of Scottish parentage, who for the first time aimed to reconcile these styles into a single genre. His music, remarkable in its expressive range, combines the sophistication and rhythmic poise of the French, the vibrancy and colour of the Italians and the depth and richness of…

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    Armonico Tributo

    October 21 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
    Glasgow Cathedral, Castle St
    Glasgow, G4 0QZ United Kingdom
    Free - £15

    The richness of five-part instrumental writing was not new to the 18th century: German, Italian and French composers had all been exploiting this sonority for decades. But it was Georg Muffatt, born in Savoy of Scottish parentage, who for the first time aimed to reconcile these styles into a single genre. His music, remarkable in its expressive range, combines the sophistication and rhythmic poise of the French, the vibrancy and colour of the Italians and the depth and richness of…

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