Posts Tagged ‘concert’
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Benjamin Verdery, guitar
Bach: Cello Suite No. 6 in D major, BWV 1012 — Prelude; Sarabande; Gavottes
Jan 30, 2010 at 92nd Street Y
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Shai Wosner performs on at 92Y again on Mar 13, 2010. For tickets, click here: http://www.92y.org/shop/event_detail.asp?category=March+Concerts888&productid=T-TC5TK03
The following are program notes for Masters of the Keyboard: Shai Wosner, piano at the 92nd Street Y from April 25, 2009.
SCHUMANN: Nachtstücke, Op. 23
DEBUSSY: Préludes, Book 1
SCHUMANN: Carnaval, Op. 9
In Carnaval, Op. 9 (composed 1834-35; 27 minutes), that genre is transformed into a monumental statement. Written in the winter of 1834-5 (and finished during carnival season), its short pieces are framed between the opening Préambule (or Introduction) and the closing finale and construct a dense web of moods, cross relations, riddles and allusions. Originally, the set was subtitled Faschingschwänke auf vier Noten (Carnival pranks based on four notes), since it uses the four pitches that musically stand for the letters Asch (the native bohemian village of Ernestine von Fricken, Schumanns fiancée at the time) but also Sch. A. (Schumanns last and middle initials). Many titles refer to specific characters, some fictional (from the commedia dellarte), others semi-fictional (such as Chiarina—reference to Clara Wieck, or Estrella—most likely Ernestine), and others real (Chopin and Paganini, whose movements are the only ones not based on the four pitches). Two very important characters that are both real and fictional, depending on the point of view, are Eusebius and Florestan, Schumanns frequent noms de plume and representations of aspects of the personality he created for himself. The rich, colorful array of characters is constructed with incredible economy and precision: Chopin is captured in no more than thirteen bars; Florestans erratic disposition comes to life and self-destructs in just over a single page.
Continue reading the program notes: http://blog.92y.org/index.php?URL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.92y.org%2Fcontent%2FConcert_Mar14_ProgramNote.asp
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I’ve kept this one on the hard drive somewhere, so it’s rare that I dragged it out. It’s one of my favorite SVE songs, as you can see as I uploaded the same from Union Hall years ago. Hope you guys enjoy this.
Shot with DMC-FZ28.
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ALBÉNIZ: Granada from Suite española (1886)
Performed by Celin and Pepe Romero
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Los Angeles Guitar Quartet: A Champagne New Year’s Eve – Rossini: Overture to “the Barber of Seville” (arr. J. Dearman).
December 31, 2007
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Tokyo String Quartet – Beethoven: Scherzo from String Quartet in F Major, Op.18, No.1
January 31, 2009
Duration : 0:3:20
Andras Schiff – Schubert: Andantino from Sonata in A Major D.959. October 10, 2004
This event was an evening of words and music, with readings by Hungarian Nobel-laureate Imre Kertesz and musical interludes by Andras Schiff.
Duration : 0:7:31