New Harmony Music Festival Concert at Thralls Opera House – July 13, 2012
The concert opens with Arnaud Sussmann, playing three Bach pieces for solo violin. J. S. Bach created three partitas for violin, completed in 1720, during his six-year tenure as Capellmeister to Prince Leopold of Anhalt-Cöthen.
J.S. Bach Partida Number 1
J.S. Bach Partida Number 2
J.S. Bach Partida Number 3
Paul Woodiel shares some traditional Swedish Tunes.
An original composition by Mazz Swift
Patrick Ourceau plays a traditional Irish tune, The Dear Irish Boy
Natalie Haas with an Ensemble shares La San Sonette
Paul Woodiel shares a bridal march transcribed by Norwegian composer Johan Halvorsen
Paul Woodiel shares another bridal march, illustrating a difference in style
Paul Woodiel shares two pieces, a double from the Bm Partida of Bach, followed by a Swedish piece with similar flavor
Natalie Haas on Cello with Susie Petrov on accordion perform Scottish tunes, Roslin Castle and Mrs Gordon of Gecht
Two songs in Gaelic followed by the traditional tunes, The Mermaid and Gene’s Reel