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Anne-Sophie Mutter © The Japan Art Association The Sankei Shimbun

Mutter / Hornung / Orkis

Thursday 1 June 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Anne-Sophie Mutter, Violine

Maximilian Hornung, Violoncello

Lambert Orkis, Klavier

Programme

Ludwig van Beethoven

Klaviertrio D-Dur op. 70/1 »Geistertrio« (1808)

Sebastian Currier

Ghost Trio (2018) (EA)

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Clara Schumann

Drei Romanzen op. 22 für Violine und Klavier (1853)

Johannes Brahms

Sonate d-moll op. 108 für Violine und Klavier (1886–1888)

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John Williams

Nice to be around (Aus dem Film »Cinderella Liberty«, Regie: Mark Rydell, USA 1973) (1973)

Johannes Brahms

Ungarischer Tanz Nr. 1 g-moll (Bearbeitung für Violine und Klavier: Joseph Joachim) (1868)

John Williams

Thema (Aus dem Film »Schindler's List«, Regie: Steven Spielberg, USA 1993) (Bearbeitung für Klaviertrio: John Williams) (1993)

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Musical friendships

It owes its nickname »Ghost Trio« to its second movement, which Beethoven's pupil Carl Czerny characterized as »ghostly eerie, like an apparition from the underworld«. At the same time, the composition begins almost unusually cheerfully for Beethoven and, according to E. T. A. Hoffmann, expresses »a joyful, proud consciousness of one's own strength and fullness«. Anne-Sophie Mutter combines it with the »Ghost Trio« written for her by the distinguished American composer Sebastian Currier. She approaches the impenetrable relationship between Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms in the second half of the concert. Together with her longtime partner on the piano, Lambert Orkis, she interprets works by these two composer:s, each of which they created for musician friends: Joseph Joachim and Hans von Bülow.

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