Eliza's Toyes on Sunday Afternoon Live at the Chazen
Listen to the Eliza's Toyes streamed live at 12:30 pm Sunday, July 5, 2015.
Rediscover the integral role of music as the restorer of health in the early days of medical science during the medieval and renaissance periods.
The concert will be broadcast live over the Internet in cooperation with Audio for the Arts. The concert is free and open to the public; Chazen Museum of Art members may call 608-263-2246 to reserve seating.
Concert Program: CONCERNING THE FOUR HUMORS Vos flores rosarum — Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179) Descendi in hortum meum — Cipriano de Rore Absterge Domine (1575) — Thomas Tallis (1505-1585) Turn Our Captivity (1611) — William Byrd (1540-1623) MIRACLES AND REMEDIES Tantas en Santa María — (Cantigas de Santa Maria) In principio erat Verbum (1566) — Orlando di Lassus (1532-1594) Caecus quidam (1558) — Hubert Waelrant (1518-1595) Gehet hin und saget Johanni wieder — Melchior Franck (1579-1639) * intermission * PRACTICING MEDICINE Le Tableau de l'Opération de la Taille (1725) — Marin Marais (1656-1728) Qui veut chasser une migraine — Gabriel Bataille The nurse's song — (Pills to Purge Melancholy) A Wonder: The Physician — John Maynard GOOD HEALTH THROUGH GOOD LIVING Chloe found Amyntas lying — (Pills to Purge Melancholy) My fair Teresa — (Pills to Purge Melancholy) Cara mia Dafne — Lelio Bertani (1553-1612) Sweet honey sucking bees — John Wilbye (1574-1638)
Sunday Afternoon Live at the Chazen is a monthly music concert performed in the museum's Brittingham Gallery III on the first Sunday of every month (except January). Performances begin at 12:30. The gallery seats approximately 100 people; admission is free and first-come, first-served. Please note that Gallery III and the adjacent Gallery II are closed on Sunday before the performances for setup and rehearsal.
The eleven concerts will be streamed live on the Internet. During the concert intermissions, the Chazen director will engage a visiting artist or curator in a conversation about an art display in the museum. These conversations, however, will only be accessible on the Internet.