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Linarol viol consort at Worcester Early Music Festival

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Old St Martin's Church

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LINAROL CONSORT OF VIOLS

David Hatcher, Alison Kinder, Asako Morikawa & Claire Horacek

with MATTHEW POCHIN tenor

“Will niemand singen?” Will no one sing? Songs and consort music of the court of Maximilian I

Music from a hitherto unpublished manuscript in Vienna, newly edited by David Hatcher.

The manuscript, from the collection of the prominent banking family of Jacob Fugger, is the largest single collection of the works of court composer Ludwig Senfl, in addition to numerous pieces by Heinrich Isaac, Alexnder Agricola, Pierre de la Rue and Josquin Des Prez. Playing copies of the oldest surviving viol, made by Francesco Linarol and dating from exactly the same period as the manuscript, the Linarol Consort with Matthew Pochin will explore the rich and diverse repertoire of German song contained in this remarkable collection.

You can still buy tickets for £15 per concert (plus booking fee) by purchasing a Festival Ticket for all three concerts (Rachel Podger, Blondel and the Linarol Consort) - £45 available on Eventbrite

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