Bach In Black



Damn Goths.

Stuart Kinsella, of German/Irish choral ensemble Peregryne writes:

You might be glad to have the following blurb below of our Bach programme which we’re doing in three Dublin churches at the end of the week. Our poster  (above) is in an appropriately 18th-century Leipzigian Fraktur gothic script … and in German. Can’t accuse us being populist!

Peregryne will sing compline in three Dublin city churches at 5.30pm on the evenings of Friday 6 to Sunday 8 February 2015 beginning in St Andrew’s Westland Row on Friday, St Ann’s Dawson Street on Saturday and concluding in St Werburgh’s church on Sunday.

The perfomances will include two motets by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), namely ‘Lobet den Herrn‘ and ‘Jesu, meine Freude‘.


Previously: Decent Irish/German Late Middle English Salve Reginas

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8 thoughts on “Bach In Black

  1. Ciarán

    With this poster being written completely German, we can presume these concerts are at an punishing 5.30am.
    Nobody could claim that they are populist!

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