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Philipp Blom

Philipp Blom © Bogenberger Autorenfotos

Runge & Ammon

Runge & Ammon © Nikolaj Lund

Faszination Kammermusik: Blom / Runge / Ammon

Wednesday 1 February 2023
19:30
Berio-Saal

 

Performers

Philipp Blom, Gespräch

Duo Runge & Ammon

Eckart Runge, Violoncello, Gespräch

Jacques Ammon, Klavier, Gespräch

Programme

Interpretation – einem Geheimnis auf der Spur: Philipp Blom im Gespräch mit Eckart Runge und Jacques Ammon

Ludwig van Beethoven

1. Satz: Allegro con brio (Sonate D-Dur op. 102/2 für Violoncello und Klavier) (1815)

Adelaide op. 46 (Bearbeitung für Violoncello und Klavier: Eckart Runge und Jacques Ammon) (1794–1795)

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Sonate D-Dur op. 102/2 für Violoncello und Klavier (1815)

sowie Auszüge aus dem Programm »revolutionary icons«: Bearbeitungen für Violoncello und Klavier von Werken aus Rock, Pop und Jazz

John Lennon, Paul McCartney

Eleanor Rigby (Bearbeitung für Violoncello und Klavier: Eckart Runge und Jacques Ammon)

Jimi Hendrix

Purple haze (Bearbeitung für Violoncello und Klavier: Eckart Runge und Jacques Ammon)

Frank Zappa

Be-Bop Tango (The Yellow Shark) (Bearbeitung für Violoncello und Klavier: Eckart Runge und Jacques Ammon) (1972)

Ludwig van Beethoven

3. Satz: Adagio ma non troppo – Fuga. Allegro ma non troppo (Sonate As-Dur op. 110 (Bearbeitung für Violoncello und Klavier: Eckart Runge und Jacques Ammon) (1821)

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Chick Corea

Spain (Bearbeitung für Violoncello und Klavier: Eckart Runge und Jacques Ammon) (1971)

Note

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Links https://www.eckartrunge.com
https://www.philipp-blom.eu
https://jacquesammon.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

»Revolutionary Icons«

The last of Ludwig van Beethoven's five cello sonatas, composed in the summer of 1815, which together with its sister work op. 102/1 stands at the beginning of the late work of the Viennese classicist from Bonn, which is revolutionary in many respects, and arrangements of rock, pop and jazz numbers that have made music history, form the program of this evening in the series »Fascination Chamber Music«: This time Philipp Blom explores the mystery of interpretation in conversation with Eckart Runge, familiar to Konzerthaus audiences as the longtime cellist of the Artemis Quartet, and his duo partner Jacques Ammon. »Revolutionary Icons« is the title of their joint album, with which they celebrated their 25th duo anniversary in 2021 - and at the same time the program of a sequence of pieces that each made their own epoch.
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