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Concert: Johanna Bartz and Robert Grossmann


Concert: Johanna Bartz and Robert Grossmann

Johanna Bartz, historical transverse flutes and Robert Grossmann, baroque guitar and lute.

Music from the Planta guitar manuscript of 1804 from the Biblioteca Planta and dances from the Romanesque manuscript "Chiantun verd" of 1770, played by Johanna Bartz on the hitherto completely unknown two traverse flutes (built in 1760 and 1800) which Robert Grossmann found by chance in April 2018 in Chesa Planta Samedan. The flutes were made by Carl Augustin Grenser (1720-1807) from Dresden, and by Jean Daniel Holtzapffel (1770-1843) from Strasbourg/Paris. These instruments are directly related to the music manuscripts in the Biblioteca Planta. On the flute case it is noted "Monsieur de Planta" as the owner.

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14. October 2020

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Gemeindesaal Samedan , Samedan
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