Roman Chlada

Square

Organist Roman Chlada lived before his musical career as a munk in Slovenien Monastery seven years. Since then he has studied music with success. Mediaval music has inspired him and he is giving concerts often with his wife, harpsichordist Anna-Maaria Oramo which is suitable for family with small children.

Program:

 

Aurelio Bonelli (1569–1620):                   Toccata Athalanta

 

Tuntematon:                                            Elas mon cuer

Francesco Landini (n. 1330–1397):          Non ara may pieta questa mia dona

                                                                (Codex Faenza, n. 1400)

 

 

Francesco Correa de Arauxo (1585–1654):   Tiento no. 29

Cancion de Criquillon llamada Gaybergier

 

William Byrd (n. 1540–1623):                     Pavane

The First French Coranto

The Woods so Wilde

 

Antonio de Cabezón (1510–1566):             Diferencias sobre el Canto del Cavallero

Beata viscera

 

La Comtessa de Dia (ca. 1140–1212):         A chantar m’er de so qu’ieu non volri a

Philippe de Vitry (1291–1361):                    Flos vernalis

Adesto – Firmissime – Alleluia

(Codex Robertsbridge, n. 1330)

 

Thomas Tomkins (1625–1628):                   Barafostus Dreame

 

Giuseppe Guami (1542–1611):                    Canzon La Lucchesina

 

The length of the concert 1 h

No intermission