The third and last of the concerts to be given by the Seventeenth Century Concert Ensemble this season will be held in the Germanic Music in Cambridge at eight o'clock tomorrow evening.
It is of interest to note that the first number on the programme was written by Frederick the Great for the harpsichord and has never before been played in America. The statue of Frederick the Great is on the balcony of the main room of the museum.
The musicians playing in the Ensemble are: Dorothy Comstock, First Violin; Anna Golden, Viola; Robert Gunderson, Second Violin; and Jacobus Langendoen, Violoncello. They will be assisted by Putnam Aldrich on the Harpsichord.
The programme will be:
Frederick the Great (1712-1786)
Quartet, Op. 95
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Allegro con brio
Allegretto ma non Troppo
Allegro assai vivace, ma serioso
Larghetto espressive--Allegretto agitato
Trio in G Pietro Locatelli (1693-1764) (for two violins and violoncello with harpsichord)
Concerto in G Minor
John Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) (for harpsichord with string accompaniment)