Get ready for Olav Tryggvason’s Ouverture and other sidekicks.
What on earth would Bach say?If he was to know how we are still busting our heads on his music, and discussing the minutest details on how they DID IT some 300 — three hundred — years ago??!
Remember to get your cinnamon bun on the way.
Second episode in a series of four radio programs about music and emotions, by Mari Giske. Contains loads of wonderfully sad music and wise thoughts by music therapy professor Gro Trondalen, and the musicians Kåre Nordstoga, Henning Kraggerud and Stian Carstensen. Ingrid Eriksen Hagen also contributes with our regular column on the Baroque doctrine of affections.
Broadcasted on the 1st of May 2015, and be found in NRK p2’s archive. Unfortunately, it is no longer available. Maybe they will use it again some time!
The music of Emanuel Bach and the novels by Laurence Sterne have some fascinating similarities, both in their expression and in their structure. In the light of poetry by Are Frode Søholt, Ingrid reflects on how distance in time and culture may be perceived exceedingly irrelevant.
(C. P. E. Bach: Sonaten für Kenner und Liebhaber, Are Frode Søholt: Luftorkester, Laurence Sterne: A Sentimental Journey, Ingrid Hagen: Clavichord, reading and reflections. Instructor and supervisor: Ragnhild Gudbrandsen.)
The concert took place at Bergen Latinskole on the 12th of April, arranged in collaboration with Antikk Musikk and Bergen City Museum.
The first radio program in the series on music and emotion by Mari Giske was broadcasted by the Norwegian public service broadcaster, NRK P2 on Easter Monday (6th of april). Ingrid contributes with a practical course on the doctrine of affections. If you missed it, you can still find it here. The next programs in the series will probably be sent during the summer.
On Sunday 8th of March, we celebrated him with clavichord music, hats and balloons in the beautiful Blumenthal room at Kode 3.