A German BouquetCedille Records
Trio Settecento, Rachel Barton Pine, Violin, John Mark Rozendaal, Viola Da Gamba & Cello and David Schrader, Harpsichord And Organ, was formed in 1997, and has always been focused on historical accuracy of instrumentation. Their latest release: A German Bouquet, presents a new palate of colors using a variety instruments that enhance their interpretations. On this album, the trio experimented extensively and carefully to choose the particular instruments that were best suited to each piece or movement. For instance, the inclusion of the positiv organ required significant adjustments. The change from a plucked instrument to a wind instrument altered everything from their tempi to articulations and most fundamental ideas about mood and character.
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Doesn't it make sense to teach beginner violinist's something about Baroque performance practice? Rachel Barton Pine thought so / Violinist.com
With all the Baroque music that we teach beginning violinists, doesn't it make sense to teach them something about Baroque performance practice? Violinist Rachel Barton Pine thought so, when her daughter, Sylvia, started taking violin lessons and going through the Suzuki books several years ago. The Suzuki books contain quite a lot of Baroque pieces -- the Bach Minuets, Lully Gavotte, Vivaldi concert...
Houston Early Music Festival presents Trio Settecento / The Paper
Trio Settecento, comprised of, Baroque cellist John Mark Rozendaal, violinist Rachel Barton Pine and harpsichordist David Schrader, will present a program titled "Handel's Violin" on Feb. 11, 2018, at 6 p.m. at Christ the King Lutheran Church, in Houston. A pre-concert talk will begin at 5:15 p.m. The program is presented as a main-stage concert of the 2018 Houston Early Mus...
Trio Settecento in Ames on IPR
By BARNEY SHERMAN • APR 29, 2016
Trio Settecento - John Mark Rozendaal, Rachel Barton Pine, and David Schrader. CREDIT JANETTE BECKMAN (COPYRIGHT TRIO SETTECENTO) Violin superstar Rachel Barton Pine is in the headlines because a pilot refused to let her carry on her Guarneri -but that precious instrument is only the most famous of her fiddles. Rachel is also a master of its Baroque a...
Trio Settecento new album makes Chicago Tribune's Top Ten Classical List
New albums find Chicago classical musicians, ensembles and composers blazing new artistic paths, moving into unusual areas of the repertory, refusing to be pigeonholed. Among these titles is a new album by Trio Settecento. The trio's new release is Veracini: the complete Sonate Accademiche by (Cedille): His contemporaries considered the Florentine-born composer and violinist Francesco Maria ...
Trio Settecento plays Chicagoland's - 'The Listening Room' / Northwest Herald
Not only are the performers of Trio Settecento known worldwide for the classical music they play, but so are their instruments. The group ( violinist Rachel Barton Pine, John Mark Rozendaal on cello and David Schrader on harpsichord ) – will perform music from the 18th century on period instruments on March 7 at the Listening Room at Lakeside Legacy Arts Park, Crystal Lake IL "It br...
Buffalo Chamber Music Society welcomes Trio Settecento / Buffalo News
Fans of Baroque music are going to love the next concert brought to us by the Buffalo Chamber Music Society. On Tuesday, the series is welcoming Trio Settecento, renowned for interpretations of early music and music from the Baroque era. Rachel Barton Pine is featured on baroque violin. Her colleagues are John Mark Rozendaal on viola da gamba, and David Schrader on harpsichord. Their program is "An I...
Trio Settecento to perform at University of the Pacific / RecordNet.com interview
Rachel Barton Pine will perform with her Chiago-based Trio Settecento this Sunday at University of the Pacific's Faye Spanos Concert Hall in Stockton, CA. Pine will be performing on her authentic baroque-era violin built in 1742 by Italian Giuseppe de Jesu while John Mark Rozendaal will perform on a seven-string viola da gamba and David Schrader adding harpsichord filigree. "Baroque is the c...
Period instruments or modern - why not both? says Rachel Barton Pine / Iowa Public Radio
Twenty years ago, some of us compared tussles about how to play Bach and Beethoven to gang wars over turf. A group of upstarts-let's call them the Sharks-advocated the use of period instruments (gut-strung fiddles, valveless horns, wooden flutes, and the like) and what they believed to be historically informed performance, sometimes referred to with the acronym "HIP." Their opponents-let's call them the ...
Trio Settecento: A German Bouquet. Erlebach's harmonies, Pisendel's brilliance, Muffat's imagination, Buxtehude's cheerfulness, and Bach's profound mastery
Trio Settecento formed in 1997, after the release of our album of Italianate sonatas by Georg Frideric Handel. On that recording, and for our first few concerts consisting of mostly 18th century Italian repertoire, John Mark played 'cello and David played harpsichord. This was also the instrumentation for our most recent recording together as Trio Settecento, An Italian Sojourn. As we expand...