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sound|counterpoint: …with violin accompaniment

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$20 or pay-as-able; under 12 free

Sunday, March 26, 2017 @ 3:00 pm


Linda Melsted, violin
Jonathan Oddie, harpsichord

sound|counterpoint explores the phenomenon of the “concerted sonata,” a progressive vision of the sonata that found expression during the waning years of the Baroque and early flourishing of the Classical era. Join s|c violinist Linda Melsted and harpsichordist Jonathan Oddie for a duo recital of works for obbligato harpsichord with violin accompaniment. We will perform music by Duphly, Mondonville, a newly commissioned work by local composer Adam Haws, as well as an illuminating contrast of monumental works by father and son, Johann Sebastian and Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (Mt. Vernon)
415 S 18th St.
Mt. Vernon, WA 98274 United States
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(360) 424-1822

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