VIENNA SCHUBERT FESTIVAL
Orchestral music | Concert | Adults
“It was my intention to write a series of waltzes taking Schubert as my template,” said Maurice Ravel of “Valses nobles et sentimentales”. They were written as a dance tribute to Vienna and its “beauties”. Schubert’s dances, waltzes, and écossaises are also very well-known. And, as 2021 marks the 150th birthday of Alexander Zemlinsky, his music — which is also profoundly Viennese, and rooted in Lieder — is enjoying a resurgence as well. “Es war einmal” had its premiere at the Wiener Staatsoper, and this is the first time it has been performed in Vienna since then. With support from the Alexander Zemlinsky Foundation.
ALEXANDER ZEMLINSKY: Vorspiel und Zwischenspiel aus „Es war einmal“, „Maiblumen blühten überall“
FRANZ SCHUBERT/ANTON V. WEBERN: Sechs deutsche Tänze D 820
FRANZ SCHUBERT/BRUNO MADERNA: Cinque Danze
FRANZ SCHUBERT: Tänze aus „Zauberharfe“ und „Rosamunde“
FRANZ SCHUBERT/THOMAS PERNES: „Der Hirt auf dem Felsen“
MAURICE RAVEL: Valses nobles et sentimentales
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