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Flute and Harp

Duo Maggiolini-Netzer


The duo Maggiolini-Netzer, founded in 2016, has performed in several concert seasons in Switzerland and Italy, offering programmes composed of the most important pages of the repertoire for flute and harp and their own transcriptions. 

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From Bach to Piazzolla

J.S. Bach 1685 - 1750
Sonata in sol minore BWV 1020 

M. Ravel 1875 - 1937

Pièce en forme de Habanera

J. Cras 1879 - 1932

Suite en duo for flute and harp

A. Piazolla 1921 – 1992

Histoire du tango

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In movimento

Music has always had a very close connection with dance and movement.

However, this bond has often gone far beyond the need to compose music to accompany the dance. A large number of instrumental works are composed of dance movements, a very popular practice in the Baroque period but which predates this period and remains in vogue today.

The organisation of musical ideas on a precise rhythmic pattern allows the music to flow convincingly, engaging and dynamic, enticing the whole body to listen.

This programme aims to build on this phenomenon, starting with medieval dances and the Petite Suite by Swiss composer Joseph Lauber, who witnessed the stylistic changes at the beginning of the 20th century and was always intrigued by the folk traditions of his country and beyond.

The pages of Rota and C. P. E. Bach represent a vaguely more disguised use of the rhythmic structure of the dance, but strongly highlight the cadence of the musical material.

The program ends with Andy Scott's sonata, a sonata in which Balkan rhythms blend with the jazz experience of the British composer and saxophonist, offering the listener an explosion of sound energy, always strictly in motion.

Joseph Lauber 1864-1952

Quatre danses médievales


Nino Rota 1911-1979



Joseph Lauber 1864-1952

Petite Suite 

Andy Scott 1966*


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