in Wonderland


Airs baroques de H. Purcell et J. Playford, musiques traditionnelles des îles britanniques.

Let’s celebrate !
Henry Purcell, Strike the viol (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary)
John Playford, The Virgin Queen
Henry Purcell, Crown the altar
Henry Purcell, Wondrous Machine (Ode Hail ! Bright Cecilia)
Henry Purcell, Jig et Hornpipe (Abdelazzer)

Love and deception
Henry Purcell, Sonata a 4 Z.807
Nicholas Lanier, Loves constancy « No more shall meeds »
John Ecces, Slow air (The mad lover)
Henry Purcell, Come all (Timons of Athenes)
Henry Purcell, « Dry those eyes » (The Tempest)

Night and enchantment
Henry Purcell, Prélude (The Fairy Queen)
Henry Purcell, Hush no more (The Fairy Queen)
Henry Purcell, Cold Song, Dance of spirits (King Arthur)
Henry Purcell, The witches dance (Dido and aeneas)

Bad boys and madness
Matthew Locke, Bacchus Song (Psyché)
Carolan, John O’Connor Jiggs
Anon, Ever the winds
Anon, Mad maudlin
John Playford, Nobody’s Jigg, Bobbing Joe
Henry Purcell, Song Your hay it is mow'd (King Arthur)

Axelle Verner, mezzo soprano
Reynier Guerrero, violin
Florian Verhaegen, violin
Aude Walker-Viry, cello
Franck-Emmanuel Comte, direction
Florian Gazagne, basson et flûte
Ulrik G. Larsen, théorbe et guitare

At Jacques Chambon and Frank Pitiot’side, a new show is on its way ! It will take us to the discovery of a fantastic island where the spells of a magician magician bewitch the inhabitants and castaways. For this journey following Ulysse, Franck-Emmanuel Comte has imagined a sound universe between traditional music of the British Isles and Purcell’s work. From ground basses of the Orpheus Britannicus to the popular tunes of London's underbelly, this ballad-like concert is placed under the sign of fantasy. Tunes, jiggs and airs thus take us on a journey from the mists of Ireland to Shakespeare's Globe theater with, as our guide, the warm and sensual voice of Axelle Verner, our charismatic mezzo-soprano.

Come all ! Strike the viol !

17 & 18 November 2021 - 20:00
Temple Lanterne, Lyon

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