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Cornelius Meister

Cornelius Meister © Matthias Baus

Fridays@7: Wiener Symphoniker / Meister

Bruckner: Symphonie Nr. 5

Friday 24 May 2024
19:00 – ca. 20:30
Großer Saal

 

Performers

Wiener Symphoniker

Cornelius Meister, Dirigent

Im Anschluss an das Konzert im Großen Foyer:

Les Lilas

Elena Kodin, Violine

Isabella Stepanek, Viola

Wilfried Bartel, Gitarre

Jean-Bernard Descharles, Gitarre, Gesang

Thomas Reimer, Kontrabass

Nicolas Geremus, Violine

Heinrich Bruckner, Trompete

Programme

Anton Bruckner

Symphonie Nr. 5 B-Dur (1875–1878)

Im Anschluss an das Konzert Ausklang im Großen Foyer mit

Les Lilas

Django Reinhardt, Stéphane Grappelli

Djangology (1961)

Nicolas Geremus

Elenisi Blues

Django Reinhardt

Place de Brouckere

Grady Tate

Swing Gitan

John W. Green, Carmen Lombardo

Coquette

Anonymus

Peor es nada. Volkslied aus Mexiko

Benny Golson

I remember Clifford

Rudolf Mauz

Itamar Freilach

Serge Gainsbourg

Le poinçonneur des lilas

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Zugabe:

Jonathan David Buck, Eliot Kennedy

Say you'll be there

Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard

Sweet Georgia Brown

Stéphane Grappelli, Django Reinhardt

Minor swing

Note

Unterstützt von OMV
Lahav Shani musste seine Mitwirkung kurzfristig absagen. Wir freuen uns, dass sich Cornelius Meister bereit erklärt hat, das Dirigat zu übernehmen.
Dieses Konzert wird im Rahmen einer Kooperation zwischen der Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft und den Wiener Symphonikern veranstaltet. Weitere Informationen zur Datenverarbeitung bei Kooperationsveranstaltungen, Speicherdauer und Ihren Rechten finden Sie in unserer Datenschutzerklärung.

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Bruckner's contrapuntal masterpiece

Günter Wand (1912-2002), one of the most accomplished Bruckner connoisseurs and interpreters, counted his Fifth Symphony (alongside the Ninth) as one of the composer's most »authentic« symphonies. Here, »where Bruckner's distance from the world becomes clearer than anywhere else«, he shows himself to be »totally uninfluenced« by any role models or whisperers. Posterity occasionally gave the work, which its creator himself had never heard played by an orchestra, strange epithets or descriptions such as »Symphony of Faith« or »Catholic«. Bruckner himself referred to his Fifth as the »Fantastic« or his »contrapuntal masterpiece«. For a long time, the symphony remained in the repertoire in an arrangement by Franz Schalk, in which it also received its mutilated premiere. (It was even performed again and again in this form at the Wiener Konzerthaus until the end of the 1980s). Today, however, Bruckner's original idea has prevailed and, of course, only original parts are used in the concerts of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra under Cornelius Meister.

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OMV

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