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Rebel Ensemble for Baroque Music

Spivey Hall Debut

Matthias Maute, recorder & traverso

Jörg-Michael Schwarz & Karen Marie Marmer, violins & directors

John Moran, violoncello;  Dongsok Shin, harpsichord

Named after the innovative French Baroque composer Jean-Féry Rebel, REBEL was originally formed in the Netherlands in 1991.  Praised for performances both “sophisticated and beguiling” (The New York Times), REBEL is renowned for its distinctive, provocative approach and “flamboyant, interventionist style…. Add utterly fearless, risk-everything playing to the mix…and you get astonishingly vital music-making” (Los Angeles Times).

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BAROCCO: Musical Treasures of 17th- & 18th-Century Europe
Featuring works for recorder/flute, two violins, cello, and harpsichord

Georg Philipp TELEMANN Quartet in G major TWV 43, G2, from Musique de Table I, Hamburg (1733)
William BOYCE Sonata V in D major (1747)
Michel BLAVET Concerto à 4 parties in A minor
Antonio VIVALDI Concerto da camera in G major, RV 101
Jean-Marie LECLAIR Ouverture II in D major, Op.13 (1753)
Jacques-Christophe NAUDOT Concerto in G major, Op. 17/5 (1752)
Arcangelo CORELLI Sonata in A minor, Op. 3/10 (1689)
Georg Philipp TELEMANN Quartet/Concerto in A minor, TWV 43: a 3 (ca. 1730)

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