Bach in Istanbul III

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Program: #01-19   Air Date: May 07, 2001

Featuring a stunning performance of the Cantata 170 with contralto Nathalie Stutzman; and the Orchestral Suite No. 4 with the King's Consort.

Preservation of this program is made possible by a generous grant from David L Plumlee.

NOTE: All of the music on this program is from the 28th International Istanbul Music Festival. This series is made possible in part by grants from:

The American-Turkish Council Toka Business Ventures and The Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts

with additional support from Turkish Airlines, the Ciragan Palace Hotel, Net Holding, and Garanti Bank of Istanbul

I. The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Nathalie Stutzmann, contralto; Catherine Mackintosh, violin and conductor.

BACH: Cantata No. 170, Vergnuegte Ruh, Beliebte Seelenlust, BWV 170.

II. The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Catherine Mackintosh, violin and conductor.

ARCANGELO CORELLI (1653-1713): Concerto grosso No. 1 in D, Op. 6, No. 1.

III. The King's Consort; Robert King, director and harpsichord.

BACH: Orchestral Suite No. 4 in D, BWV 1069.

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