The Magnolia Baroque Festival

magnolia-baroque-100The Magnolia Baroque Festival is a biannual celebration of some of the most beloved music of all time. The festival, which takes place in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is a unique opportunity to experience a remarkable series of concerts by gifted musicians from all over the world. On this edition of Carolina Live we’ll visit the Magnolia Baroque Festival in Winston-Salem for music from the Colonial Carolinas, and hear the first modern performances of string quintets by Moravian composer Johann Friedrich Peter.
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Joesef Pavel Vejvanovsky: Sonata Vespertina ab. 8
Barry Bauguess and Justin Bland, trumpets
Magnolia Baroque Artists



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Johann Friederich Peter: Ich will mit euch ein ewigen Bund machen
Jeanne Fischer, soprano
Julie Andrijeski, violin
Johanna Novom, violin
Daniel Elyar, viola
Brent Wissick, cello
John O'Brien, organ



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Johann Friederich Peter: String Quintet No. 1 in D Major
Julie Andrijeski, violin
Johanna Novom, violin
Adrienne Post, viola
Daniel Elyar, viola
Brent Wissick, cello



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Johann Sebastian Bach: Concerto in F, BWV 1057
Andrew Willis, fortepiano
Magnolia Baroque Festival Orchestra



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Antonio Bertali: Sonata ab. 6 “Tausend Gulden
Magnolia Baroque Strings



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Johann Friederich Peter: "I Will Make With You an Everlasting Covenant"
Jeanne Fischer, Soprano
Magnolia Baroque Festival Orchestra



Johann Friederich Peter: "Let Everyone Have the Same Mind"
Jeanne Fischer, soprano
Katherine Ardoin, mezzo-soprano
Magnolia Baroque Festival Orchestra
John O'Brien, organ



Johann Friederich Peter: "Blessed Are Those"
Piedmont Chamber Singers
Magnolia Baroque Festival Orchestra
John O'Brien, organ



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Marin Marais: Les folies d’espagne
Harmonious Blacksmith
Joseph Gascho, harpsichord
Joshua Lee, gamba
Justin Godoy, recorder



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Johann Friederich Peter: String Quintet No. 2 in A Major
Julie Andrijeski, violin
Johanna Novom, violin
Adrienne Post, viola
Daniel Elyar, viola
Brent Wissick, cello



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Johann Heinrich Schmelzer: Sonata in A minor
Julie Andrijeski, violin
Magnolia Baroque Festival Orchestra



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Denis Gautier: Chaconne
Harmonious Blacksmith
Joseph Gascho, harpsichord
Joshua Lee, gamba
Justin Godoy, recorder




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Johann Friederich Peter: Die Gnade und Wahrheit des Herrn
Piedmont Chamber Singers
Magnolia Baroque Festival Orchestra



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