On Sunday, September 9, 2018, the Lititz Moravian Collegium Musicum presented an inaugural concert in front of a full house. These video and audio clips include the Collegium repertoire performed at the concert — minus organ music and hymns — and are not organized in concert order below. For the complete printed program and other related links, see previous post: “The Lititz Collegium Musicum: History You Can Hear!”

Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782): Sinfonia in D

Johan Fredrik Grenser (1758-1795): No. 1 from Six Duos for Deux Clarinettes

Christy Banks and Amy Christmas Haltemen, clarinets

Johannes Herbst (1735-1812): Selections from Hymns to be Sung at the Pianoforte

Kristim Sims, soprano • Colin Brown, tenor • Jeffrey Gemmell, piano

John Christian Bechler (1784-1857): “Allegro con Spirito” and “Presto” from Parthia

Trumpet, Clarinets, Bassoon, Horns

Carl Stamitz (1746-1801): “Sinfonia III” from Trois Simphonies

Louis von Esch (c.1750-1829): “Andante-March” and “Minuetto and Trio” from A Select Collection of Military Divertimentos

Flutes, Clarinets, Bassoon, Serpent, Trumpet, Horns

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1795): “Allegro vivace” from Trois Duos pour deux Flutes

Jessica Kistler and Georgia Dimaano, Flutes

Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805): “Menuet militaire and Trio” from Collection of Military Pieces

Trumpet, Flute, Clarinets, Bassoons, Horns

Andreas Romberg (1767-1821): Pater noster