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Bay Baroque Ensemble - School of Music
 Faculty/Guest Artist Recital:
Bay Baroque Ensemble
Sunday, September 30, 2012 – 4:00 p.m.
Barness Recital Hall
John Robison, Baroque oboe, recorder
Anne Marie Scotto, harpsichord
Patrick Baran, violin
Nicole Wendl, violin
Kathie Aagaard, viola
Theresa Villani, viola da gamba
Maggie Coleman, soprano
USF School of Music
Tampa, FL
Program
I
Concerto in C major ......................................... Tomaso Albinoni
for oboe, strings and continuo
(1671-1751)
Allegro---Adagio---Allegro
II
Sonata in A minor ................................. Georg Philipp Telemann
for recorder, violin and continuo
(1681-1767)
Largo---Vivace---Affettuoso---Allegro
III
Sonata in C major ........................................Alessandro Scarlatti
for recorder, two violins and continuo
(1660-1725)
Adagio---Fuga---Largo---Allegro
- Intermission IV
Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut, ............ Johann Sebastian Bach
BWV 199
(1685-1750)
(Cantata for the 11th Sunday after Trinity)
(1) Recitative
Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut,
Weil mich der Sünden Brut
In Gottes heilgen Augen
Zum Ungeheuer macht.
Und mein Gewissen fühlet Pein,
Weil mir die Sünden nichts
Als Höllenhenker sein.
Verhaßte Lasternacht!
Du, du allein
Hast mich in solche Not gebracht;
Und du, du böser Adamssamen,
Raubst meiner Seele alle Ruh
Und schließest ihr den Himmel zu!
Ach! unerhörter Schmerz!
Mein ausgedorrtes Herz
Will ferner mehr kein Trost befeuchten,
Und ich muß mich vor dem verstecken,
Vor dem die Engel selbst ihr Angesicht verdecken.
My heart swims in blood
because the brood of my sins
in God's holy eyes
makes me into a monster.
And my conscience feels pain
because my sins are nothing
but Hell's hangmen.
Detested night of vice!
You, you alone
have brought me into such distress;
and you, you evil seed of Adam,
rob my soul of all inner peace
and shut it off from heaven!
Ah! unheard of pain!
My withered heart
will in future be moistened by no comfort
and I must conceal myself from him
before whom the angels themselves
conceal their faces.
(2) Aria and recitative
Stumme Seufzer, stille Klagen,
Ihr mögt meine Schmerzen sagen,
Weil der Mund geschlossen ist.
Und ihr nassen Tränenquellen
Könnt ein sichres Zeugnis stellen,
Wie mein sündlich Herz gebüsst.
Mein Herz ist itzt in Tränenbrunn,
Die Augen heisse Quellen.
Ach Gott! Wer wird dich doch zufriedenstellen?
Silent sighs, quiet moans,
you may tell of my pains
Since my mouth is closed.
And you wet springs of tears
can offer certain witness
Of how my sinful heart has repented.
My heart is now a well of tears,
my eyes hot springs.
Ah God! Who then will give you
satisfaction!
(3) Recitative
Doch Gott muß mir gnädig sein,
Weil ich das Haupt mit Asche,
Das Angesicht mit Tränen wasche,
Mein Herz in Reu und Leid zerschlage
Und voller Wehmut sage:
Gott sei mir Sünder gnädig!
Ach ja! sein Herze bricht,
Und meine Seele spricht:
But God must be gracious to me
because I wash my head with ashes
my face with tears,
I beat my heart in remorse and sorrow
and full of grief say:
God, be gracious to me, a sinner
Ah yes! his heart breaks
and my soul says:
(4) Aria
Tief gebückt und voller Reue
Lieg ich, liebster Gott, vor dir.
Ich bekenne meine Schuld,
Aber habe doch Geduld,
Habe doch Geduld mit mir!
Deeply bowed and full of remorse
I lie, dearest God, before you
I acknowledge my guilt,
but still have patience,
still have patience with me!
(5) Recitative
Auf diese Schmerzensreu
Fällt mir alsdenn dies Trostwort bei:
Amidst these pains of remorse
this word of comfort comes to me.
(6) Aria
Ich, dein betrübtes Kind,
Werf alle meine Sünd,
So viel ihr in mir stecken
Und mich so heftig schrecken,
In deine tiefen Wunden,
Da ich stets Heil gefunden.
I, your troubled child
cast all my sins,
that are fixed so many within me
and frighten me so fiercely,
into your deep wounds
where I have always found salvation.
(7) Recitative
Ich lege mich in diese Wunden
Als in den rechten Felsenstein;
Die sollen meine Ruhstatt sein.
In diese will ich mich im Glauben schwingen
Und drauf vergnügt und fröhlich singen:
I lay myself in these wounds
as upon the true solid rock:
they should be my place of rest.
In these I want to soar in faith
and content and happy to sing:
(8) Aria
Wie freudig ist mein Herz,
Da Gott versöhnet ist
Und mir auf Reu und Leid
Nicht mehr die Seligkeit
Noch auch sein Herz verschliesst.
How joyful is my heart
since God is reconciled
and through my remorse and sorrow
no longer from salvation
Or from his heart shuts me away.
Biographies
John Robison is Professor of Musicology and director of the Early Music Ensemble at
the University of South Florida in Tampa. He received his doctorate in
musicology/performance practice from Stanford University in 1975, where he
studied with George Houle, William Mahrt, Imogene Horsley, Herbert Myers, Stanley
Buetens, and Leonard Ratner. The co-author of A Festschrift for Gamal Abdel-Rahim
(Binational Fulbright Commission, 1993) and the author of Johann Klemm: Partitura
seu tabulatura italica (A-R editions, 1998), his research interests include Renaissance
lute music, German Renaissance composers, the development of the fugue,
performance practices, and contemporary composers from diverse African, Asian
and Latin American cultures. A versatile musician who performs professionally on
plucked string, bowed string, and woodwind instruments, he has done numerous
solo Renaissance lute recitals over the past thirty-seven years, and also performs
regularly on the viola da gamba, Renaissance/Baroque recorders, Renaissance
double reeds (krummhorn, rauschpfeife, shawm, racket, curtal), Baroque oboe,
and modern oboe/English horn. His articles on Renaissance, Baroque, and
Twentieth-Century topics have appeared in various American, European and Asian
journals, and his presentations as a scholar and a performer have taken him to
many parts of Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America. He created the
world music survey course at the University of South Florida in the early 1990s, and
also teaches a course on intercultural composers of the twentieth/twenty-first
centuries. His book on Korean women composers will be published by the College
Music Society in 2012; he is also completing a scholarly edition of the works of
Jacob Meiland (1542-1577) for the American Institute of Musicology, and preparing
a book on Indian composer John Mayer (1930-2004) that will be completed in 2012.
Anne Marie Scotto has been an active collaborative recitalist, choral accompanist
and teacher since earning her doctorate from the University of Washington in
Seattle. Scotto has lived, studied, and performed in San Francisco, Seattle, Austin,
Rochester, and now Tampa. She is currently an adjunct faculty member at USF and
was previously an adjunct faculty member at SUNY Geneseo. In addition, during
the decade spent in upstate NY, Scotto was the accompanist for the Brighton Fine
Arts summer camp, the Rochesterian women's chorus Concentus, and the Carol
Choristers at SUNY Geneseo.
Kathie Aagaard (viola) received her undergraduate training at St. Olaf College in
Northfield, Minnesota. Se has a Master of Music Education from the University of
Illinois and a Master of Music from the University of Miami. She joined The Florida
Orchestra as assistant principal viola in 1982. In addition to playing in The Florida
Orchestra, she is active with two smaller groups, Camerata (string trio plus classical
guitar) and the Bayside String Quartet, which are both composed of Florida
Orchestra members. She is the viola instructor at USF and also maintains a private
teaching studio in her home. In January of 2005 she received the Studio Teacher of
the Year Award from the Florida Chapter of the American String Teachers
Association. An enthusiast of folk music and dancing, she plays fiddle with several
area groups, performing at various folk festivals and contra dances throughout the
United States.
Patrick Baran (violin) is the orchestra director at Adams Middle School in Tampa,
where he is responsible for one of the largest and best string programs in the Tampa
area. He has been teaching string instruments and orchestra in the Pinellas and
Hillsborough County school systems for twenty years, and is a graduate of the
University of Alabama, where he majored in violin. He has been playing with the
Bay Baroque Ensemble for fourteen years, and is a well-known free-lance violinist in
the Tampa area.
Nicole Wendl is a current graduate student at the University of South Florida,
studying violin performance. Previous to beginning her graduate work, she
graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor's degree in Music Education
and following, was active in the education community, teaching at various public
schools in the Miami-Dade area. Along with her graduate studies, Nicole is an
active performer and freelance musician in the Bay area.
Theresa Villani, B.M., M.M. (viola da gamba) is well-known in the Tampa
Bay area through her frequent performances as a soloist and recitalist on viola da
gamba, Baroque cello and modern cello. Her work embraces all periods of music,
including the 21st Century. Her recent appearances include performances at the
Leepa-Rattner Museum, St. Petersburg College and the Tarpon Springs Performing
Arts Center. She has studied viola da gamba with Marjorie Bram-McPhillamy,
Catharina Meints, Martha Bishop, Jay Bernfeld, and Sarah Cunningham, and has
also participated in the Baroque Performance Institute at Oberlin College. Her sixth
CD, “Patterns of Eloquence”, was released in 2007. She is currently engaged with
Trio da Camera to perform and record, on three separately-issued CDs and at the
composer’s invitation, ten piano trios for clarinet, cello and piano by Cincinnati
composer Rick Sowash. Goddess of the Moon, the first of the series, was released
on November 7th. She is also well-known in the Bay area as a visual artist.
Maggie Coleman is a native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, where she studied voice with
Maria Esther Robles at the Conservatorio de Musica de Puerto Rico. She earned a
Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance at Iowa State University, and subsequently
moved to Tampa in 1987. Since that time has been soloist and section leader at St.
Andrew’s Episcopal Church. She has also been seen as a soloist for the Sarasota
Choral Society, Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Master Chorale of Tampa Bay,
Oratorio Society of Tampa, Mendelssohn Choir at St. John’s Church and Mostly
Pops Orchestra. She is a frequent guest soloist for several bay area churches,
performing recitals and sacred works, including Handel’s “Messiah,” and Fauré’s
“Requiem.” She has performed supporting roles with Tampa Bay Opera, and
performed leading and supporting roles with Spanish Lyric Theater. Mrs. Coleman
has also been a cantor at Nativity Catholic Church since 2003. She has taught
voice privately in her home, on and off, since residing in Florida. Mrs. Coleman
currently resides in Clearwater with her husband, attorney, Jeff Coleman, and their
beagle, Maria Constanza.
Upcoming School of Music Events:
USF Jazz Ensembles I & II
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012 7:30 pm, USF Concert Hall
Advance Tickets: $8 Students/Seniors, $12 Adults
Day of Performance: $10 Students/Seniors, $15 Adults
Come hear an evening of large Jazz Ensemble concert music that might
include the music of Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Chuck Owen, Thad
Jones, and many more, preformed by USF's own Jazz Ensemble I and II!
Under the direction of Tom Brantley and Jack Wilkins, these two big bands
feature some of the top Jazz Students enrolled in the USF School of Music.
USF Wind Ensemble: The Many Moods of Wind Band
Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012 7:30 pm, USF Concert Hall
Advance Tickets: $8 Students/Seniors, $12 Adults
Day of Performance: $10 Students/Seniors, $15 Adults
Selections for this exciting presentation will include In Wartime by David
Del Tredici, a serious and significant work of depth and Vientos y Tangos
by Michael Gandolphi, another recent important work of a less bellicose
nature. Both titles imply hand-to-hand contact. The remainder of the
concert will be populated with other delightful and moodily diverse
compositions.
Rutenberg Chamber Music Festival: Baumer String Quartet
Friday, Oct. 5, 2012 7:30 pm, USF Concert Hall
Advance Tickets: $8 Students/Seniors, $12 Adults
Day of Performance: $10 Students/Seniors, $15 Adults
The Rutenberg Festival presents a Guest Artist Recital featuring Baumer
String Quartet. Works by Britten, Haydn, and Brahms. This year's festival will
include public masterclasses, open rehearsals, q & a sessions, a guest
artist recital, and a collaborative concert featuring the Baumer String
Quartet with our own USF resident artists and chamber music students.
For the full schedule, go to music.arts.usf.edu/rutenberg/
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