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Music by old and new Dutch masters Dutch music has always played an important part in BRISK ’s concert programmes. The quartet has made numerous arrangements and transcriptions of early music from the Low Countries. Moreover, many composers have been inspired by the four musicians to...

Vocal hits by Flemish composers such as Clemens, Willaert and Janequin were eagerly used in 16th century Venice as basic material for new compositions. The original melodies were enriched with virtuosic embellishments. Beautiful examples of this ars diminuendi are to be heard in this programme,...

How do two different composers deal with the same musical subject, and what does one composer do with the same theme in two different pieces? This is to be heard in 2 by 2, a comparative study of various Renaissance composers and Bach, moving through...

Being quiet during the concert is not what BRISK does in this programme, because it is all about the interaction between spoken words and music, a concert in which the musicians are allowed to talk in between the music. The four recorder players say a...

BRISK + Ramon Lormans - percussion Of course the quartet is strong enough to hit the nail on the head, but the cooperation with the percussionist Ramon Lormans makes them even more unbeatable. Hans Koolmees wrote a new work for recorder quartet and percussion for which...

BRISK Recorder Quartet Amsterdam & Guus Janssen, virginal BRISK and Guus Janssen draw their inspiration from the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, a collection of virginal music kept in a small folio album in the Fitzwilliam museum in Cambridge. The 209 pages with compositions in this small book...

BRISK Recorder Quartet Amsterdam + 2 viols: Rainer Zipperling and Susanne Braumann + animations The viols blend with the recorders in this programme with English music from the 16th and 17th centuries. Dances and fantasias are to be heard before the interval, and BRISK demonstrates that...

German consort music from the 17th century BRISK Recorder Quartet Amsterdam + Susanne Braumann - viola da gamba + Bernard Winsemius - organ [caption id="attachment_1049" align="alignleft" width="225" caption="Tour to Germany"][/caption] This programme includes music by Johannn Herman Schein and by Samuel Scheidt, two German composers who specialized in...

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