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Canto Fiorito Lithuania

Lina Dambrauskaitė soprano
Renata Dubinskaitė mezzo-soprano
Saulė Šerytė mezzo-soprano
Algirdas Bagdonavičius tenor
Nerijus Masevičius bass-baritone

Musica Antiqua Salzburg

Gawain Glenton cornetto
Stefan Konzett sackbut
Dušan Kranjc sackbut
Adrian France sackbut

Davide Pozzi organ
Rodrigo Calveyra artistic director, cornetto

The Hanseatic League was a successful alliance between major cities of 11 countries in Northern Europe, from London to Tallinn, which dominated trade in the North and Baltic seas from the 13th-17th centuries. Like an early version of the European Union, it promoted tolerance and respect towards different cultures, ensuring the survival of one of the most spectacular alliances in Western history.

This concert brings together two European ensembles in a programme that represents music from each of the Hansa states in a journey through space and time.

Composers include: Hieronymus Praetorius, Schütz, Byrd, Tallis and Sweelinck, as well as lesser known composers from smaller European countries.

There will also be a free pop-up performance by Canto Fiorito and Musica Antiqua Salzburg at approximately 10.30am at the BA i360 Tower on Sunday 4 November.

Prom Ticket/RVS or SP (on door only) £5

Hanseatic port

The Hanseatic route

Free pop-up performance by Canto Fiorito and Musica Antiqua Salzburg at 10.30am at the BA i360 Tower on 4 November.

Anthony Holborne 1545–1602   Pavana Paradizo
William Byrd c.1540–1623   Miserere
Thomas Tallis 1505–1585   If ye love me
Anonymous   Pastime
Orlando di Lasso c.1530–1594   Ad te levavi oculos meos
Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck 1562–1621   De profundis
Hieronymus Praetorius 1560–1629   Quam pulchra es
Johann Hermann Schein 1586–1630   Canzon Corollarium
Heinrich Schütz 1585–1672   Ich bin eine rufende Stimme
Andreas Düben Miserere mei Deus1597–1662   Miserere mei Deus
Bartłomiej Pękiel 1601–1670   Dulcis amor Jesu
Johann Valentin Meder 1649–1719   Chaconne
Giovanni Battista Cocciola fl. 1610–1620   Ave sanctissima Maria
Jubilate Deo
Tarquinio Merula 1595–1665   Folle è ben che si crede

Royal Arms of England in Hanseatic times