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A photo of recorder player Tabea Debus. She is sat in front of a window on some red theatre chairs, wearing all black and holding a large wooden recorder.
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Ulverston International Music Festival presents

Lunchtime recital: Principles of Nature

Recorder sensation Tabea Debus offers a musical interpretation of the qualities of air, earth, water, fire in a recital including music by J S Bach, Purcell, Tartini, Couperin, Gareth Moorcraft and Isang Yun.

Date & Time
Bardsea Church

Standard: £14
Student / Under 25 / Access: £7.50
Unwaged (recipients of means-tested government benefits): £6

Prices inclusive of £1 booking fee

Coro Members don’t pay booking fees

Additional details

Public on-sale: Mon 20 Mar 10am

Doors open at 12:30pm

There is no interval

By booking you agree to our Conditions of Sale and Entry including our refund policy.


Henry Purcell ‘Dido’s Lament’ from Dido and Aeneas (Z. 626)
Johann Heinrich Schmelzer Sonata Cu Cu
Gareth Moorcraft Wind
François Couperin Le Rossignol-en-amour, Double de Rossignol, Les Papillons
Isang Yun The Visitor of the Idyll
Johann Sebastian Bach Adagio/Allegro (BWV 966, arranged by Tabea Debus)
Gareth Moorcraft Taking root
Johann Sebastian Bach Adagio/Presto (BWV 965, arranged by Tabea Debus)
Athanasius Kircher Antidotum Tarantulae
Isang Yun The Hermit at the Water
Trad. Logan water, Waly, Waly
Gareth Moorcraft Water
Guiseppe Tartini Devil’s Trill Sonata
Henry Purcell If Music be the Food of Love (Z. 379)


Toby Carr lute
Sam Stadlen viola da gamba
Tabea Debus recorder

Book tickets

  • 1.00pm

This event is produced by Ulverston International Music Festival

Watch: Tabea Debus

Watch Tabea Debus perform excerpts from J.S. Bach’s French Suite No. 2, BWV 813 (arranged by Tabea Debus & Michael Schneider)

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