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About Baroque (Von Der Goltz, Freiburger Barockorchester)
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About Baroque, an initiative of the Siemens Art Programme, confronts contemporary music with historical playing. Five composers had the opportunity to study the work of Freiburger Barockorchester during an intensive preparation period including several workshops, which gave the composers the opportunity to familiarize themselves with historical instruments and playing conventions. The world premiere took place during the Lucerne Festival, August 2005 and concerts also took place in Erlangen, Berlin, Dortmund, Köln, Amsterdam and at the Huddersfield Festival. "Despite being deprived of electronic effects or embellishments that would normally be part of their compositional palettes, [the five composers] have put together an extraordinary range of sounds, colors and gestures to create pieces that would find a natural home in a contemporary music series rather than an early music festival. But perhaps this is an assumption that should be put to the test." - Early Music Today