Music from the 13th to the 21st century

The duo, which was founded in 2008, focuses on the interplay of old and new; their aim is to explore the periphery of our listening habits – an approach that has been central to musik+ since its inception.

The programme offers an encounter between music of the Middle Ages and the present. It includes the Codex Las Huelgas (Spain, 13th century), the London Manuscript 29987 (Italy, 14th century) and works by Salvatore Sciarrino (*1947), Simone Fontanelli (*1961) and the Austrian composer Peter Jakober (*1977). In the course of years of collaboration with composers, over 20 works have been created to date, which make a significant contribution to a larger repertoire for this instrumentation. This journey through time leads, in duo and solo performances, from partly improvised to precisely notated music, interpreted with an inexhaustible assortment of recorders and percussion instruments.

Duo Enßle-Lamprecht
Anne-Suse Enßle – Recorders
Philipp Lamprecht – Drums, medieval percussion instruments, hurdy-gurdy

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