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Celestial fanfares

Immanuel Richtertrumpet

Rudolf Lutz organ

Date:
Wednesday, 2. August 2023
Time:
7:00 pm
Duration:
100 min, with interval
Tickets:
CHF 100 | 70 | 45
Wheelchair spaces:
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When the queen of instruments, the organ, meets a radiant trumpet, one can look forward to celestial fanfares –

Especially when Immanuel Richter, solo trumpeter of the Basel Symphony Orchestra, plays the instrument. George Friderich Händel also knew about the royal splendour of the trumpet. That is why he gave it an important role in his Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne. “Eternal source of light divine” is the title of the opening aria that will be heard in Church St. Jacob. Baroque concertos by Georg Philipp Telemann and Johann Wilhelm Hertel will demonstrate the virtuosity of the instrument. Rudolf Lutz will not only imitate a whole orchestra on the organ, but will also improvise freely between the works. And, the audience will be invited to suggest themes!

Immanuel Richter, trumpet
Rudolf Lutz, organ

John Stanley
(1712–1786)
Trumpet Voluntary
short organ improvisation (transition)
Georg Friedrich Händel
(1685–1759)
“Eternal Source of Light Divine”, HWV 74
short organ improvisation (transition)
Johann Sebastian Bach
(1685–1750)
Choral “Nun seid ihr wohl gerochen” (from the “Christmas Oratorio”, BWV 248)
Organ improvisation
Georg Philipp Telemann
(1681–1767)
Concert in F minor for oboe, strings and basso continuo, arr. for trumpet and organ
– Interval –
Johann Sebastian Bach
(1685–1750)
Concerto in D major for harpsichord by Antonio Vivaldi, BWV 972, arr. for trumpet and organ
Organ improvisation
Johann Wilhelm Hertel
(1727–1789)
Concerto in E flat major for trumpet, strings and basso continuo, arr. for trumpet and organ
Organ improvisation
Henry Purcell
(1659–1695)
Trumpet Voluntary