Hathor Consort & Femke Gyselinck
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Lachrimæ, or, Seaven Teares figured in Seaven Passionate Pavans is the title of a collection of consort music published by John Dowland in 1604. The Englishman spins a wondrous web of thematic and harmonic connections through seven pavanes. At the request of the Hathor Consort, the celebrated Belgian composer Annelies van Parys has written a number of interludes. These Interludes are an exceptionally successful contemporary rejoinder to Dowland’s melancholy polyphonies. Femke Gyselinck adds a sixth layer to the mysterious, five-part gloominess with her captivating choreography.
viola da gamba
Lachrimae or Seven Tears
6 Interludes for 5 gambas and lute
Henry Le Boeuf Hall
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS
In the framework of
- REMA, European Early Music Summit