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The Language of Birds

(2016) by Philip Cashian
Tabea Debus – Recorder

Commissioned as part of the 2015/16 St John’s Smith Young Artists Scheme. Premiered on 19th May 2016, London Festival of Baroque Music.

Georg Philipp Telemann

“Fa pur Guerra” from TWV 21:27 (arr. Tabea Debus)
Tabea Debus – Recorder
Alex McCartney – Theorbo

Saturday, 6th January 2018, Baroque at the Edge Festival
Recorded by Zen Grisdale

Johann Sebastian Bach

Organ trio BWV 525 (3) Allegro
In a version for recorder and harpsichord
Tabea Debus – Recorder
Johannes Lang – Harpsichord

Tuesday, 9th February 2016, St John’s Smith Square, London
Recorded by Oscar Torres

Giuseppe Sammartini

Concerto in F Major (1) Allegro
Tabea Debus – Recorder
Claudia Norz & Henry Tong – Violins
Nichola Blakey – Viola
Alexander Rolton – Cello
Johannes Lang – Harpsichord

Sunday, 10th April 2016, St John’s Smith Square
Recorded by Oscar Torres

Georg Philipp Telemann

Concerto in F Major, TWV 51:F1, (1) Affettuoso & (2) Allegro
Tabea Debus – Recorder
Claudia Norz & Henry Tong – Violins
Nichola Blakey– Viola
Alexander Rolton – Cello
Johannes Lang – Harpsichord

Sunday, 10th April 2016, St John’s Smith Square
Recorded by Oscar Torres

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Sonata in e Minor H. 551 (3) Menuet with variations
Tabea Debus – Recorder
Lea Rahel Bader – Cello
Johannes Lang – Harpsichord

Tuesday, 9th February 2016, St John’s Smith Square
Recorded by Oscar Torres

St John’s Smith Square Young Artists Scheme

“We are delighted to present Tabea Debus, one of our four new Young Artists, as she introduces us to the majesty of the recorder in a series of 3 concerts ranging from the Baroque to the Contemporary.”
St John’s Smith Square Young Artists Scheme 2015/16

“The recorder playing was extremely vibrant and bright"

musicOMH, LONDON

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