LARS FORSLUND PROMOTES ANY OF THE FOLLOWING 7 PROGRAMS BY AGREEMENT:
The programs have been successful in Italy and Sweden. Concerts with standing ovations. Lars Forslund plays
both mandolin and programmed harpsichord and tells, with great empathy, about the music, the composers
and 18th century Europe.
LARS FORSLUND FRAMFÖR NÅGOT AV NEDANSTÅENDE 7 PROGRAM ENLIGT ÖVERENSKOMMELSE:
Programmen har gjort succé i Italien och Sverige. Konserter med stående ovationer. Lars Forslund spelar både mandolin och programmerad cembalo och berättar, med stor inlevelse, om musiken, tonsättarna och 1700-talets Europa.
LARS FORSLUND PRESENTA UNO DEI SEGUENTI 7 PROGRAMMI PER ACCORDO:
I programmi hanno avuto successo in Italia e Svezia. Concerti con standing ovation. Lars Forslund suona sia il mandolino che il clavicembalo programmato e racconta, con grande empatia, la musica, i compositori e l'Europa del XVIII secolo.
& Italian Baroque Music
1. Il Prete rosso - The Red Priest
Antonio Vivaldi was trained as a priest and was called in Venice in his time "Il Prete Rosso", the red priest because of his red hair color. Music for mandolin and harpsichord by Vivaldi and his contemporaries.
2. From Vivaldi to Beethoven
This program features music from Venice, Salzburg and Vienna. Music for mandolin and harpsichord by Vivaldi, Mozart and Beethoven.
3. A musical journey in 18th
This collection program features music from France, Austria, Germany and Italy. Music for mandolin and harpsichord by Vivaldi, Bach, Couperin, Mozart and Beethoven.
& French Baroque Music
4. Music for the soul - Musica
per lo spirito
Music for mandolin and harpsichord by Johann Sebastian Bach and Antonio Vivaldi. This program is truly balm for the soul, heavenly beautiful and incredibly sonorous.
5. Langsam und schön - Slow
Meditative music for mandolin and harpsichord by Johann Sebastian Bach. The most beautiful slow movements from sonatas, scores, harpsichord concerts and suites, as well as "Jesus bleibet meine Freude" by Maestro Bach.
6. From Versailles to the
Music for mandolin and harpsichord by harpsichord masters Jean-Baptiste Lully, Francois Couperin, Jean-Philippe Rameau and Jean Frédéric Edelmann. Wonderful swinging French baroque music with a lot of drama and timbre. The dangerous and exciting lives of these French composers were filled with drama in 18th - century France, ideologies and upheavals. Fantastic music but horrific history. The music was written during France's great power until the French Revolution.
& Beethoven / Wiener Klassik
7. Masterpieces from 18th
Century Vienna - Beethoven
250 years this year
Believe it or not, but the great Master Ludwig van Beethoven wrote The "Moonlight Sonata" for harpsichord and also sonatas for mandolin and harpsichord. In this program, adagio from the "Moonlight Sonata" and sonatas for mandolin and harpsichord, as well as music by the genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart are performed. A wonderful classic program.