9. – 17. 8. 2018
13887 Magnano (Biella, I)
Master class Silva Manfrè
Organ (Giovanni Bruna, 1794)
Some of the works chosen in the repertoire of the South German organ school from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries will be studied. The aim is to highlight the close style-relationships between this School and the Italian one, focusing on the figures of Girolamo Frescobaldi and Bernardo Pasquini. In particular, we will dedicate ourselves to the works of Johann Jakob Froberger, Johann Caspar Kerll, Georg Muffat, Johann Pachelbel and Alessandro Poglietti. However some of Bernardo Pasquini’s “Sonate a due Bassi” will be the subject of Basso Continuo lessons.
Foto: Silva Manfrè © Francesco Dissegna