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ABOUT THE PERFORMERS A former student of Frans Brüggen in The Hague, EVA LEGÊNE has served on the faculties of the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam, the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen, and Indiana University. She performs widely as a soloist and in collaboration with Frans Brüggen, Wieland and Barthold Kuijken, John Gibbons, and the Rosenborg Trio. Legêne’s recordings can be found on the Telefunken label, the Brüggen Consort label, and as soloist on the Denon label. Prof. Legêne’s researches led to the discovery of the Rosenborg recorders (two valuable 17th-century narwhal tusk recorders) in Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen. Together with Frans Brüggen, she made public the first copies of these instruments.

Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments presents

EVA LEGÊNE, recorder WIELAND KUIJKEN, viola da gamba ARTHUR HAAS, harpsichord

WIELAND KUIJKEN is known throughout the world as one of the premier performers on both the viola da gamba and the baroque cello. A charter member of the renowned Alarius Ensemble from its inception in 1952, Kuijken has also been a prominent member of the Petite Bande, and the Ensemble Musique Nouvelle. He has recorded chamber works extensively with such artists as Gustav Leonhardt, Frans Brüggen, and Alfred Deller. Wieland Kuijken has been on the faculties of both the Brussels and The Hague conservatories. His two brothers Sigiswald and Barthold are also eminent musicians known for their pioneering work in the field of early music. A top prize winner in the 1975 Paris harpsichord competition, ARTHUR HAAS lived in Paris from 1975 to 1983, performing in most major French early music festivals. Praised by Le Monde for his interpretation of French keyboard music, Haas has recorded the duo-harpsichord music of Gaspard LeRoux with William Christie and solo music by D’Anglebert and Forqueray. He is an active chamber musician as a member of the Aulos Ensemble, Musical Assembly, and Collegium Atlantis. Arthur Haas has taught at the summer early music music institutes in Berkeley, Amherst, and the Longy School of Music; he has also taught at the Eastman School and at Stanford University, and is currently on the faculty of the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

VIRTUOSO MUSIC OF THE BAROQUE Music by Jean-Marie Leclair, Marin Marais, François Couperin, Jean-PhilippeRameau, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Antonio Vivaldi

23 September 2012 3:00 p.m. 15 Hillhouse Avenue New Haven


Yale University Collection of Musical Instruments This concert is made possible by the generous support of the Associate Members of the Collection

EVA LEGÊNE, recorder WIELAND KUIJKEN, viola da gamba ARTHUR HAAS, harpsichord

REMAINING CONCERTS ON THIS SEASON’S SERIES Oct. 28, 2012

- Sunday, 3:00 pm

Yves Henry, piano

Dec. 2, 2012 Dec. 3, 2012

- Sunday at 3:00 pm - Monday at 8:00 pm

Charles Neidich, clarinet & Robert Levin, piano

Jean-Marie Leclair

Jan. 27, 2013

- Sunday at 3:00 pm

Quicksilver Baroque Ensemble Robert Mealy & Julie Andrijeski, Co-directors

Marin Marais

Mar. 5, 2013

April 7, 2013

- Tuesday at 8:00 pm (at Sprague Hall)

- Sunday at 3:00 pm

Tafelmusik (chamber orchestra from Toronto) This is a “bonus concert” presented jointly by the Collection and the Yale School of Music Chamber Music Series. Members in the Associates Program of the Collection will receive complimentary tickets to this concert. All others may order tickets from the School of Music box office at 432-4158 Les Délices Debra Nagy, baroque oboe Scott Metcalfe, baroque violin Julie Andrijeski, baroque violin Emily Walhout, viola da gamba Michael Sponseller, harpsichord

Nov. 11, 2012

- Sunday at 7:00 pm

Nov. 13, 2012

- Tuesday at 5::00 pm Yale Baroque Ensemble joint recital Holly Piccoli, violin David Fung, harpsichord

Nov. 30, 2012

- Friday at 8:00 pm (at Sprague Hall)

Feb. 27, 2013

(1697-1764)

(1656 - 1728)

Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764)

François Couperin (1668-1733)

Duo Maccari-Pugliese, (guitar)

Yale Baroque Ensemble (full group)

- Wednesday at 8:00 pm Yale Baroque Ensemble (full group)

The Yale Baroque Ensemble is ensemble-in-residence at the Collection of Musical Instruments

Trio Sonata in D Major Op.II, no.8 for alto recorder viola da gamba, and basso continuo Adagio-Allegro-Sarabande-Allegro Assai Suite in E minor from Seconde Livre de Pièces de Viole for viola da gamba and continuo Prélude-Allemande-Courante-Sarabande-GigueTombeau pour Mr. de Ste. Colombe Pièces de Clavecin in E minor for harpsichord solo Allemande-Courante-Musette en RondeauLe Rappel des Oiseaux Deuxiéme Concert (from Concert Royaux) for recorder and basso continuo Prélude-Allemande Fugée-Air TendreAir Contrefugué-Échos INTERVAL

Johann Sebastian Bach

SPECIAL FREE CONCERTS

23 September 2012 3:00 p.m.

15 Hillhouse Avenue New Haven

(1685-1750)

Sonata in E Major, BWV 1035 for alto recorder and basso continuo Adagio ma non tanto-Allegro-Siciliano-Allegro Assai Sonata in G Major, BWV 1027 for viola da gamba and obbligato harpsichord Adagio-Allegro ma non tanto-Andante-Allegro moderato

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)

Trio sonata in A minor RV 86 for alto recorder, viola da gamba and continuo Largo-Allegro-Largo cantabile-Allegro molto

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