Jan Terlouw: our fragile freedom
During this Remembrance Day concert, writer and ex-politician Jan Terlouw contemplates on how fragile our freedom is. His plea is followed by music in which the most fragile, but meanwhile also most powerfull instrument is used: the human voice. Cappella Amsterdam, the Nationaal Vrouwen Jeugdkoor and singer Nora Fischer bring a programme with works from Des Prez, Poulenc, Ravel and De Leeuw. With two parts from Rossini’s optimistic Petite messe solennelle. Special guest in this Remembrance Day concert is young flute player Lucie Horsch. The concert is conducted by Ed Spanjaard and Wilma ten Wolde.

Jan Terlouw - speaker

Cappella Amsterdam

Nationaal Vrouwen Jeugdkoor

Ed Spanjaard - conductor/piano

Wilma ten Wolde - conductor

Nora Fischer - singer

Lucie Horsch - recorder/flute

Rossini - Kyrie, nr. 1 (from 'Petite messe solennelle')

Josquin des Prez - De profundis clamavi

Poulenc - Litanies à la vierge noire

Ravel - Trois beaux oiseaux du paradis (from '3 Chansons')

T. de Leeuw - Elégie pour les villes détruites

Ravel - Kaddisch (from 'Deux mélodies hébraïques')

Rossini - Cum sancto spiritu, nr. 7 (from 'Petite messe solennelle')

This concert has no intermission



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