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Horsch Lucie © Simon Fowler

Horsch / Storms / Feuillâtre

»Origins«

Wednesday 6 March 2024
19:30
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Lucie Horsch, Blockflöte

Emmy Storms, Violine

Raphaël Feuillâtre, Gitarre

Programme

»Origins«.

Volksmusik und von Volksmusik inspirierte Kompositionen. Eine Reise von keltischen Klängen bis zu Antonio Vivaldi, Béla Bartók, Igor Strawinski, Manuel de Falla und Astor Piazzolla

Anonymus

She moved thro' the fair. Volkslied aus Irland

Dear Irish boy

The kid on the mountain

Jacob Van Eyck

Boffons (1654))

Thomas Tollet

Divisions on a ground

Antonio Vivaldi

Sonate d-moll RV 63 für zwei Violinen und Basso continuo »La Follia« (1705))

Béla Bartók

Párnás Tánc »Polster-Tanz»« Sz 98/14 (Vierundvierzig Duos für zwei Violinen) (1931)

Ugyan édes komámasszony ... »Spottlied»« Sz 98/26 (Vierundvierzig Duos für zwei Violinen) (1931)

Szúnyogtánc »Mückentanz« Sz 98/22 (Vierundvierzig Duos für zwei Violinen) (1931)

Szól a duda »Dudelsack« Sz 98/36 (Vierundvierzig Duos für zwei Violinen) (1931)

Rutén kolomejka »Ruthenischer Kolomejk-Tanz« Sz 98/35 (Vierundvierzig Duos für zwei Violinen) (1931)

Anonymus

Pasona kolo

Igor Strawinski

Stück Nr. 3 (Drei Stücke für Klarinette solo) (Bearbeitung für Blockflöte solo) (1918)

Béla Bartók

Román népi táncok »Rumänische Volkstänze« Sz 56 (1915)

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Manuel de Falla

Auszüge (Suite populaire espagnole)

Claude Debussy

Syrinx (1913)

Les angélus (1892)

Astor Piazzolla

Cafe 1930 (Histoire du tango Nr. 2)

Bordel 1900 (Histoire du tango Nr. 1)

Heraclio Fernández

El diablo suelto (1888)

Astor Piazzolla

Libertango (1974)

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Ariel Ramírez

Alfonsina y el mar

Anonymus

Bella ciao

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Links https://luciehorsch.com
http://www.emmystorms.nl

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

Lucie Horsch

When she performed Brahms' 5th Hungarian Dance at the age of nine, she first attracted attention in her native Netherlands. Today, Lucie Horsch is a multi-award-winning recorder virtuoso: she received the Dutch Music Award, the highest honour bestowed by the Dutch Ministry of Culture, and was an ECHO Rising Star at the Vienna Konzerthaus in May 2022. Her debut CD with works by Vivaldi was honoured with an Edison Klassiek, and her follow-up »Baroque Journey« won an Opus Klassik. In autumn 2022, Lucie Horsch released the album »Origins«. On her return to the Wiener Konzerthaus, she will be performing a sample of it with violinist Emmy Storms and guitarist Raphaël Feuillâtre, which includes baroque gems as well as Irish folk tunes and Argentinian tangos.
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