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Philharmonic Five

»Hungarian Romance«

Thursday 8 December 2022



Philharmonic Five

Tibor Kováč, Violine

Lara Kusztrich, Violine

Elmar Landerer, Viola

Orfeo Mandozzi, Violoncello

Adela Liculescu, Klavier


Ernst von (Ernö) Dohnányi

Klavierquintett c-moll op. 1 (1895)


»Hungarian Romance«

Franz Liszt

Ungarische Rhapsodie Nr. 2 cis-moll S 244/2 (Bearbeitung: Matthias Fletzberger) (1846–1851)

Alfred Grünfeld

Soirée de Vienne. Konzertparaphrase über Walzerthemen von Johann Strauß op. 56

Johannes Brahms

Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 6 Des-Dur (Bearbeitung: Orfeo Mandozzi) (1868)

Tibor Kováč

Pannonian Mirage. Melodien von Béla Bartók, Leo Weiner, Franz Liszt, Johannes Brahms und Emmerich Kálmán

Emmerich Kálmán

Wenn es Abend wird ... Grüß mir mein Wien (Lied des Tassilo aus »Gräfin Mariza«) (Bearbeitung: FCMUSIC) (1924)

Johann Strauß (Sohn)

Ouverture zu »Ritter Pázmán« op. 441 (Bearbeitung: Tibor Kovac) (1892)



Richard Rodgers

My favorite things (The Sound of Music) (Bearbeitung: František Janoska und Tibor Kovac) (1959)

Hugh Martin

Have yourself a merry little Christmas (Bearbeitung: Adela Liculescu) (1943)

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»I couldn't have done it better myself«, Johannes Brahms is said to have said of Ernst von Dohnányi's Piano Quintet in C minor, Op. 1. It so delighted Brahms that he arranged a performance of the work in Vienna. The Philharmonic Five will open this year's cycle with the composition Brahms so admired. The formation knows how to make an elegant bow from timeless highlights of so-called »classical music« to film music or even pop. With virtuosity, art of phrasing and a distinct sense of sound aesthetics, they put their musicality at the service of the motto of the respective evening.

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