Lonarc Oboe Trio
Viennese Trios: For the Benefit of Widows & Orphans

Viennese Trios: For the Benefit of Widows & Orphans

40 Brunswick Square London WC1N 1AZ
24 Feb 2019
  • Music
Discover rare music composed especially for the oboe with the Lonarc Oboe Trio.

15:00 | Free with Museum admission

In and around Vienna between 1790-1810, a series of 20 innovative chamber works were composed for oboe trio, inspired by the virtuosic playing of the acclaimed bohemian Teimer Brothers. Join the Lonarc Oboe Trio as they perform works from this rare and beautiful repertoire.

The Lonarc Oboe Trio was formed in 1991 by Joseph Sanders, Judy Proctor and James Horan. They are all committed to recording the complete set of the famous Viennese oboe trios by the Teimar Brothers. The Trio are under the honorary patronage of the current 12th Prince Schwarzenberg, descendent of the Schwarzenberg Princes who commissioned these early oboe trios.

Programme:
Josef Triebensee (1772-1846) – Trio in F Major
Franz Krommer (1759-1831) – Variations on a Theme by Pleyel
Johann Wenth (1745-1801) – Petite Serenade Concertante in F Major 
James Horan (b.1966) arrangement – 1920s Medley

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