In the program of the Tercett Trio on February 15, the choir and orchestra artists of the Hungarian State Opera House viewers of the broadcast are guided into the music literature of the 19th century through the works of Schubert, Beethoven, and rarely heard authors. The show will be shown from 8 pm on the Opera House Facebook page and at Origo.
Tercett-Trio concert – online event
2021. 02. 15. 20:00 – 21:15
1061 Budapest, Andrássy út 22.
In the Opera Choir’s latest selection, he presents homosexual faculties from two German-speaking composers who died tragically young. We know the last master of Viennese classicism and the first composer of Romanticism, Franz Schubert (1797–1828), as one of the most prolific songwriters. His compositions Widerspruch, Wehmut, Lied eines Kriegers and Gondelfahner, composed for hundreds of songs, will be performed by Dániel Roska, Zsombor Haraszti, Norbert Aronescu and Péter Forgács with the piano accompaniment of Katalin Szirtes. Conductor, composer, piano and organist Max Reger (1873–1916) also left a very rich oeuvre in which both classical and baroque compositional techniques can be explored. His cycle Three Songs, Op. 111B, written for an unaccompanied female choir, will be performed by Éva Dunai, Judit Dévényi, Eszter Forgó and Nóra Csádi.
In addition to one of the most influential composers, the Opera Orchestra will be able to meet two lesser-known composers. Born in Brittany, Jean Cras (1879–1932) not only achieved success as a composer but also had a significant maritime career. In addition to the culture of the homeland of his works, he was also inspired by his sea voyages. Quintet I-II. His movement is performed by Zsuzsanna V. Menyhárt (flute), Júlia Szilvásy (harp), Károly Gál (violin), Attila Lukács (viola) and Endre Balog (cello). The Italian composer Ernesto Köhler (1849–1907) was considered the greatest flutist of his time, composing more than a hundred works for his favorite instrument. The first movement of Grosses’ Quartet, Op. 92 is performed by flutists János Rácz, Márta Kunszeri, Krisztina Molnár and Máté Bán. Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1826) does not need to be introduced, as he is still considered to be the most frequently played author. One of his early pieces, the string quartet in C minor, Op. 18, No. 4, is performed by Áron Dóczi (violin I), András Tallián (violin II), Veronika Botos (viola) and Anita Miskolczi (cello).
Source: Magyar Nemzet by magyarnemzet.hu.
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