Chez les Hotteterre
January 26, 2013
The Hotteterre family was extremely influential in the development of woodwind instruments in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. The most famous of them, Jacques-Martin, was a talented flutist, important pedagogue and prolific composer for the instrument. Musical Offering's flutist Sarah Paysnick and harpsichordist Matthew Hall will present a recital featuring music by Hotteterre, his colleagues, and the virtuosos who followed in their footsteps at the French Court and Paris Grand Opera. Program:
Jacques-Martin Hotteterre "Le Romain" (16741763): Suite in G Major Op. 2, No. 3 (1708) Francois Couperin (16681733): Second Ordre in d minor, Premier Livre de pieces (1713) Michel Blavet (17001768): Sonata II in a minor "La Vibray," Sonates Melees de Pieces (1732) Elisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre (16651729): Suite 1ere, Second livre de clavecin (1707) Jean-Marie Leclair (16971764): Sonata in e minor Op. 9 No. 2 For more information about Musical Offering and other venues please visit www.musical-offering.org.