Harpsichord Intensive 2018

8 februari 2018

Three days of masterclasses, team teaching, lecture-demonstrations, and teacher concerts*  

Jacques Ogg, Fabio Bonizzoni, Siebe Henstra, Barbara Willi, Kathryn Cok and Isaac Alonso Molina. (Guest performance Guus Janssen)      

For the first time in the history of the school there will be a three days intensive course of the entire harpsichord faculty. A very diverse program is offered where a spectrum of repertoire and instruments will be studied in a constant dialogue of teachers and students.

The lectures are presented by the participating teachers who will also contribute with a chamber concert in the beautiful acoustics of the Louis XVI room in the Pulchri Studio’s. There is a limited capacity of audience in the hall so only participants of the entire intensive will have access to the concerts, which are free of charge.

Students (internal and external) can apply through an email to Brigitte Rebel.   
In case of active participation they have to propose two pieces they would like to work on and will hear at the beginning of the course if and when they have a slot in the schedule.

Note: apply before 22 February!  

* Concerts will take place in Pulchri Studio’s in the Louis XVI hall

Programme of the Harpsichord Intensive

The fascinating universe of Early Keyboard Instruments at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague, the Netherlands from 26 to 28 February 2018.

Studio 1

9.30 - 10.00
warm up
Pascal Bertin/Isaac Alonso
Singing ornaments
(open to everybody, even the parallel singing project)

10.00 - 10.50 lecture/demonstration
Kathryn Cok 
Music from the Golden Age – 17th Century keyboard music in style and technique

11.00 – 13.00 Teaching Tandems
Jacques/Fabio - Studio 1
Siebe/Barbara - M301
Kathryn/Johannes - M201
special class focused on repertory of the Golden Age - 17th century repertory on Italian harpsichord, meantone

14.00 - 14.50 lecture-demonstration
Siebe Henstra
Editing Gustav Leonhardt’s Bach tanscriptions for Bärenreiter 

15.00 - 16.30 Teaching Tandems
Barbara/Kathryn - Studio 1
Jacques/Siebe - M201
Fabio/Johannes - M301

Studio 1

9.30 - 10.00
warm up
Pascal Bertin/Isaac Alonso
French ornamentation

10.00 -10.50 lecture/demonstration
Fabio Bonizzoni
G. Frescobaldi´s prefaces - intendami chi puo che m’intend’io

11.00 – 13.00 Teaching Tandems:
Fabio/Jacques - Studio 1
Barbara/Isaac - M301

14.00 - 14.50 lecture-demonstration
Barbara Maria Willi
The marriage of counterpoint and harmony in German basso continuo styles including J.S. Bach

15.00 - 16.30 Teaching Tandems:
Barbara/Fabio (Fabio leaves afterwards)

9.30 - 10.00 warm up 
Robin Blaze/ Isaac Alonso

singing ornaments/English ornamentation 

10.00 - 10.50 lecture/demonstration
Jacques Ogg
Bach with the tools of Mattheson

11.15 – 13.00 Teaching tandems
Siebe: clavichord Master class

13.30 - 14.20 lecture-demonstration
Bart van Oort
Understanding late 18th Century and Early 19th Century dynamics

15.00 - 16.00 exam/concert
Patricia Robaina and Mariano Boglioli

Concerts at Pulchri Studio's

Monday 26 February - 20.00h

Kathryn Cok
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck: More Palatino Mein junges Leben hat ein End (15´) 

Barbara Maria Willi
Peter Graham (Jaroslav Štastný) (1952): BAMAWI (2014)
Jean Philippe Rameau : L´entretien des muses (9´) 

Guus Janssen
entr’act - improvised reaction

Fabio Bonizzoni
Dietrich Buxtehude: Auf meinen lieben Gott, BuxWV 179
Antoine Forqueray: La Forqueray
Jean Nicolas Pancrace Royer: Vertigo  (25´)
Erich Eder De Lastra (*1933): Sonatina- Hommage a1685 (1985)

Tuesday 27 February - 20.00h

Jacques Ogg
Jean-Henry d'Anglebert
Suitte de pièces en re
Sarabande grave
Chaconne Rondeau
Tombeau de Mr. de Chambonnières

Joseph Haydn
Sonata in G-major (Hob.XVI/6)
Finale: Allegro molto

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Fantasia in Eb-major (H.348) 

Siebe Henstra
Johann Sebastian Bach
Suite c minor for violoncello solo BWV 1011 (transcription (Nov 1975) for harpischord by G. Leonhardt (1928-2012)) Prelude Allemande-Courante-Sarabande-Gavotte I/II – Gigue (20´)

Barbara Maria Willi
Johann Sebastian Bach: 
Chromatic fantasy and fugue (BWV 903) (15´)

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