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Musica Antiqua Koeln
University Musical Society
Rackham Auditorium
8:30 pin., Tuesday, October 11
By Knute Rife

Y OU CAN GO for Baroque in Rack-
ham Auditorium Tuesday night.
Musica Antiqua Koeln is performing,
beginning at 8:30 p.m.
The group consists of violinists
Reinhard Goebel and Hajo Baess,
cellist Phoebe Carrai, flautist Wilbert
Hazelzet, and harpsichordist Andreas
Staier.
Founded in 1973 by Goebel, its direc-
tor, the group achieved its first major
successes in 1978 with concerts in Lon-
don's Queen Elizabeth Hall, Amster-
dam, Paris, and principal German
cities and festivals. It toured South
America in 1979, the United States in
1981, and the Far East in 1982. Its
current activities involve more than 150
concert and recording dates a year.
Musica Antiqua Koeln records on the
Archiv label of Deutsche Grammophon.
A number of its nearly two dozen recor-
dings have received international

awards including three Deutsche
Schallplattenpreise, the Early Music
Award (London), Diapason d'Or, Or-
phee d'Or, and the Critic's Choice.
The repertoire performed by Musica
Antiqua Koeln spans the 17th and 18th
centuries. The group's preference for
playing music for playing music from
the original scores, often for the first
time since the music was written,
reflects its scholarly involvement with
issues of performance practice.
The theme for Tuesday's concert is
"Music for the Potsdam Court." The
pieces will be Philidor's Quartet No. 3
in G major, C.P.E. Bach's Trio Sonata
in C minor, Janitsch's Quartet in E
major, and a rare treat, a complete

performance of J.S. Bach's The
Musical Offering.
Musica Antiqua Koeln performs on
some of the finest old instruments,
restored to their original proportions.
Goebel plays Stainer and Rogeri
violins, Baess plays Stainer and
Pierray violins, Carrai plays a Gofriller
cello, and Hazelzet plays a transverse
flute modeled after a Rottenburgh.
This will be the only chance to see
Musica Antiqua Koeln in this area.
Other cities on the tour are New York,
Boston, Toronto, Pittsburgh, St. Paul,
Seattle, Spokane, Vancouber, Berkeley,
and Los Angeles. Tickets are available
at the University Musical Society ticket
office in Burton Tower.

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