FACS - Brisch Center for Historical Performance - "Sounds of Antiquity"
From Bryan Mitschell
Sounds of Antiquity | 4:15PM January 29, 2023 | Radke Fine Arts Theatre | Program | Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739-1799) Concerto No. 2 for Violone and Orchestra in Eb Major, Kr. 172 | 1. Allegro moderato | 2. Adagio | 3. Allegro | Felice Gardini (1716-1796) Duet for Violin and Viola in Bb Major | 1. Allegro | 2. Adagio | 3. Allegro | Martin Berteau (1691-1771) Cello Sonata No. 3 in G Major, Op. 1 | 1. Allegro | 2. Grave | 3. Allegro | Florian Leopold Gassmann (1729-1774) Trio in Bb Major for Two Violas and Violone, H. 377 | 1. Allegretto | 2. Andante | 3. Menuetto: Grazioso | 4. Allegro | Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248, Part IV. Aria: “Flößt mein Heiland” | Translation | BWV 248 Oratorio, Part IV, No. 4 “Flößt, mein Heiland” (Echo aria) (1734-5) | Translated by Michael Marissen | Flößt, mein Heiland, flößt | Is it, my Savior, is it [true] that | dein Namen | your name instills | Auch den allerkleinsten Samen | even the very tiniest seed | Jenes strengen Schreckens ein? | of that stark horror [of the Day of Judgment]? | Nein, du sagstja selber nein; (Nein!) | No, yes you yourself say, “no”; “No!” | Sollt ich nun das Sterben scheuen? | Now shall I shy away from having to die? | Nein, dein stifies Wort ist da! | No, your sweet word is there! | Oder sollt ich mich erfreuen? | Or shall I rejoice? | Ja, du Heiland sprichst selbst ja. (Ja!) | Yes, you yourself. Savior, declare, “yes;” “Yes!” | Personnel | Natalie Syring, barqoue flute | Dr. Margaret Brisch, harpsichord | Dylan Madoux, harpsichord | Dr. Danielle L. Herrington, soprano | Katayla Mongold, soprano | Dr. Hong Zhu, baroque violin | Theodora Morris, baroque violin | Dr. Ralph Morris, baroque viola | Orlando Ramirez, baroque viola | Dr. Tess Remy-Schumacher, baroque cello | Sophia Darvin, baroque cello | Dr. Michael Geib, violone | Tonight’s FACS performance is generously sponsored by Dr. Margaret Brisch. | The UCO School of Music’s Faculty Artist Concert Series (FACS) showcases faculty musicians while also raising scholarship funds for UCO students. Proceeds from every performance generate scholarship funds to support UCO School of Music students in financial need. To make an additional tax-deductible donation to the School of Music, visit centralconnection.org/facs and scroll to the bottom of the page.