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Concert to feature early English music May 19 in Newport

Posted: Thursday, May 16th, 2013

Lost in Time is a recorder and viola da gamba trio consisting of Corlu Collier, Jane Boyden, and Eileen Flory, all members of the Oregon Coast Recorder Society. (Courtesy photo)

The Lost in Time trio and keyboard artist Don Jenkins will present a program of harpsichord, recorder, and viola da gamba music at 3 p.m. this Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church in Newport.

The audience will be treated to English music of the late renaissance and early baroque periods; all but one of the composers were born between 1563 and 1695.

Lost in Time has chosen to present works by Orlando Gibbons, William Lawes, John Hilton, and Michael East - all English born and bred - plus Turlough O’Carolan, an Irish composer whose charming music begged to be included as an exception to the program’s English theme. Jenkins will perform pieces by Giles Farnaby and George Frideric Handel – the latter a transplant to England from Germany. To begin and end the concert, Lost in Time and Jenkins will collaborate on two sonatas by Giuseppe Sammartini, who was born in Italy but spent most of his career in England.

For the complete article see the 05-17-2013 issue.

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