Sir András Schiff © Priska Ketterer

Klaviermatinee Sir András Schiff

Sunday 7 May 2017
11:00
Mozart-Saal

Performers

Sir András Schiff, Klavier

Programme

Johann Sebastian Bach

Capriccio sopra la lontananza del suo fratello dilettissimo B-Dur BWV 992 (1703-1706)

Béla Bartók

Sechs Tänze in bulgarischem Rhythmus Sz 107/148-153 (Mikrokosmos Band VI) (Nr. 1-3) (1937)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Duetto Nr. 1 e-moll BWV 802 (Clavier-Übung III) (1739))

Duetto Nr. 2 F-Dur BWV 803 (Clavier-Übung III) (1739))

Béla Bartók

Sechs Tänze in bulgarischem Rhythmus Sz 107/148-153 (Mikrokosmos Band VI) (Nr. 4-6) (1937)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Duetto Nr. 3 G-Dur BWV 804 (Clavier-Übung III) (1739))

Duetto Nr. 4 a-moll BWV 805 (Clavier-Übung III) (1739))

Béla Bartók

Sonate Sz 80 für Klavier (1926)

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Leoš Janáček

V mlhách «Im Nebel». Vier Stücke für Klavier (1912)

Robert Schumann

Fantasie C-Dur op. 17 (1836-1838)

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Bach – Bartók – Janáček – Schumann

Bach – Bartók – Janáček – Schumann; these are the four composers featured in the third and last of Sir András Schiff's three solo recitals that form part of his featured portrait series at the Wiener Konzerthaus. For the final concert, the two lonely geniuses of the classical modern are placed alongside Bach's early work «Capriccio on the departure of a beloved brother» und Schumann’s quixotically romantic love letter, his Fantasy in C-Major.