‘fervour in the heart’


Thu 21.9.2017, 8 p.m., 2017-9-21T20:00 Volksbank-Haus

‘fervour in the heart’

Mojca Erdmann (Soprano)
Delian Quartett
Adrian Pinzaru (Violin)
Andreas Moscho (Violin)
Georgy Kovalev (Viola)
Miriam Prandi (Cello)

Claudio Monteverdi:
‘Vaga su spina ascosa’ and ‘Se i languidi miei sguardi (Lettera amorosa)’ from the Book VII of Madrigals, arranged for voice and string quartet by Stefano Pierini (2014), Fassung für Singstimme und Streichquartett von Stefano Pierini (2014)

Joseph Haydn:
String quartet in B minor, op. 33 No. 1 Hob. III:37

Franz Schubert:
‘Mignon’. Songs to words by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, arranged for voice and string quartet by Aribert Reimann (1995) , Fassung für Sopran und Streichquartett von Aribert Reimann (1995)

Stefano Pierini:
‘Die Liebesmaschine’. Transfiguration of the two Wesendonck Lieder ‘Im Treibhaus’ and ‘Träume’ by Richard Wagner for string quartet (2013 –2016)

Arnold Schönberg:
Streichquartett mit Sopran Nr. 2 fis-Moll op. 10 (1907/08)

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In 2017 the Delian Quartet will celebrate its tenth anniversary, having long ago lost its status as an ‘insider’s tip’. Now these four musicians and the versatile soprano Mojca Erdmann present a programme with classics of vocal music – Monteverdi madrigals, lieder by Schubert and Wagner – all in new garb. As an historical anchor we will hear the Quartet in B minor from Haydn’s ground-breaking ‘Russian’ Quartets. The goal of our journey is Schoenberg’s epochal Second String Quartet, where the composer burst the bonds of tonality in two settings of poems by Stefan George while lending expression to his own traumatic love life.

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Mojca Erdmann © Felix Broede

Mojca Erdmann © Felix Broede

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