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Ursula Strauss, Ernst Molden, Herbert Pixner, Manuel Randi, Maria Petrova © Carmen Brucic

Molden / Strauss / Pixner / Petrova / Randi

»Oame Söö«

Thursday 18 January 2024
19:30 – ca. 21:45
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Ernst Molden, Gesang, Gitarre

Ursula Strauss, Gesang

Herbert Pixner, Diatonische Harmonika, Klarinette, Trompete, Flügelhorn

Manuel Randi, Gitarre

Marlene Lacherstorfer, Bass

Maria Petrova, Schlagzeug

Programme

»Oame Söö«

Ernst Molden

Ringlringlreia

Geisda

Da Duam

Da Oede vom Beag

Wüdnis

Weg

Siedlung

Herodes

Moezeid Majesded

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Olles is hi

Woedliad

Wossamauliad

Brunn

Theresiasong

Hoeb so wüd

D glaanan Leid

Laurin

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Links https://www.ernstmolden.com
https://www.ursulastrauss.at
https://www.herbert-pixner.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

»Oame Söö« (»Poor Soul«)

In the summer of 2021, Herbert Pixner, multi-instrumentalist, composer and figurehead of progressive folk music, unexpectedly appeared at a concert by Ursula Strauss and Ernst Molden and spontaneously performed together with the two Viennese audience favorites. The audience and all those involved liked this so much that immediately after the concert the idea was born to set up a joint project. No sooner said than done: the songwriter, author and dramaturge Ernst Molden wrote songs that combine legends and myths from the homelands of the musicians involved - of King Laurin's rose garden, for example, or of the dangerous basilisk in Vienna and of water sprites that can lurk in any fire pond - in a musically contemporary context. The resulting album »Oame Söö« (»Poor Soul«) was released in 2022, and now the program can also be experienced live. Joining them - in addition to Strauss, Molden and Pixner - are the exceptional musician Maria Petrova (drummer with Das Frauenorchester and the Wiener Tschuschenkapelle) and »devil guitarist« Manuel Randi.
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