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Sturm & Klang

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Talisk

Talisk © Paul Jennings

Sturm & Klang / Talisk

»Harmonika & Concertina«

Wednesday 12 April 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:45
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Sturm und Klang

Andreas Jamnik, Harmonika, Bassklarinette

Maximilian Ganster, Kontrabass, Gitarre

Johannes Kölbl, Steirische Harmonika, Percussion

Talisk

Mohsen Amini, Concertina

Benedict Morris, Fiddle

Graeme Armstrong, Gitarre

Programme

»Harmonika & Concertina«

Nik Jam

Der Brief

Waldir Azevedo

Amorada

Johannes Kölbl

Makole

Nik Jam

Darkblu daisy

Anonymus

Sedi Donka

Nik Jam

Four roses

Koji Kondo

Super Mario

Johannes Kölbl

Rostrotkupferbraunbronze

Song for Bernies

Nik Jam

Magicapricore

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Zugabe:

Anonymus

Charlie Polka

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Mohsen Amini, Hayley Keenan, Graeme Armstrong, Andrea Gobbi

Beyond

Crooked water valley

Mohsen Amini, Hayley Keenan, Craig Irving, Angus Grant

Echo

Mohsen Amini, Hayley Keenan, Craig Irving, Shone Kipling, Niall Vallely

Abyss

Mohsen Amini, Hayley Keenan, Graeme Armstrong, Andrea Gobbi

Farewell

Mohsen Amini, Hayley Keenan, Graeme Armstrong

Dystopia

Mohsen Amini, Hayley Keenan, Craig Irving, John Martyn

The millhouse

Note

Medienpartner Ö1 Club

Subscription series Spielarten

Links https://www.taliskmusic.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Harmonica, the Lenz is here

Let's go into spring with the stormy Styrian trio Sturm und Klang, consisting of the harmonica player and bass clarinetist Andreas Jamnik, the double bass player and guitarist Maximilian Ganster and the percussionist and harmonica player Johannes Kölbl. Carried by the Styrian harmonica and traditional folk music, they change instrumentation as well as genres. Here, customs enter into a perfect symbiosis with jazz, classical and world music - resulting in a wonderful sound.

Another harmonica instrument, but the Scottish concertina, shapes the music of the folk band Talisk. Like Sturm und Klang, it's a trio, with Mohsen Amini on concertina, Benedict Morris on fiddle and Graeme Armstrong on guitar. They drive the rhythms of Irish and Scottish traditional music with fiery energy that is contagious to the audience, and the instruments seem to compete.
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