Hear my prayer, O Lord 04. 11. 2021 19:30Vzlet, Holandská 1, Prague 10, Czech Republic

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Pre-concert talk with Václav Luks from 6.30 pm

The language of English music, firmly rooted in the vocal polyphony of the 16th century, constitutes a world apart, full of unusual deep beauty. Alongside the famous Henry Purcell, there are also other and by no means less original representatives, including John Blow and Matthew Locke, or their predecessor Orlando Gibbons. This immense lyrich epoch of English music spans from the Elizabethan Renaissance up to the beginning of the 18th century.

Henry Purcell
Hear my prayer O Lord Z. 15
Rejoice in the Lord always Z. 49
Sonata no. 1 in a Z. 802
Let mine eyes run down with tears Z. 24

Orlando Gibbons
What is our life

Matthew Locke
Suite in d

John Blow
Cry aloud

Henry Purcell
Pavane and Chaconne in g Z. 752 & amp; Z. Z. 730
Remember not Lord our offences Z. 50
Blessed are they that fear the Lord Z. 5

Václav Luks | conductor
Collegium 1704 & CollegiumVocale 1704

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