MUZSIKA 50 - BIRTHDAY CONCERT


          
Palace of Arts - Béla Bartók Nemzeti National Concert Hall
H-1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell u. 1.
13. November 2007. / 7:30 PM
Composers:
J. S. Bach, L. v. Beethoven, Barnabás Dukay, Guillaume Dufay, Péter Eötvös, Zoltán Kodály, György Kurtág, György Ligeti, Lukas Ligeti, László Sáry,
András Szőllősy, László Vidovszky

Performers:
Gábor Csalog, Edit Klukon, Zoltán Kocsis, Miklós Perényi, Dezső Ránki, András Schiff; Amadinda Percussion Group, Keller Quartet,
Schola Hungarica (choirmaster: László Dobszay), Hungarian Radio Children's Choir (choirmaster: Gabriella Thész, Anikó Novák - piano),
UMZE Chamber Ensemble (conducted by Zoltán Rácz)

Program:
Zoltán Kodály: Nagyszalonta Birthday Greeting
Péter Eötvös: Solitude (1956/2006) - premier
György Ligeti: Four wedding dances
Hungarian Radio Children's Choir, Anikó Novák - piano, conducted by Gabriella Thész

Lukas Ligeti: Pattern Transformations
Amadinda Percussion Group

György Kurtág: Message to András Szőllősy
György Kurtág: Medália - In memoriam Lajos Hernádi
András Szőllősy: Paesaggio con morti per pianoforte
Gábor Csalog - piano

László Sáry: Clucking Stone in a Jug
Amadinda Percussion Group

Barnabás Dukay: ..., Resting in His Own Silence - a sound-poem for piano duo
Barnabás Dukay: Hearsays about Light and Love - canons and symphonies for piano duo 
Edit Klukon and Dezső Ránki - piano

László Vidovszky: Narcissus and the Harpies
Amadinda Percussion Group

- intermission -

Miniatures: A Virtual Performance
from the greetings published in Muzsika
Zoltán Kocsis - piano

György Ligeti: Melodien
UMZE Chamber Ensemble, conducted by Zoltán Rácz

G. Dufay: Sanctus - Ave verum
Unknown composer: O Regina
Schola Hungarica, conducted by László Dobszay

György Kurtág: Aus der Ferne
L. v. Beethoven: Grosse Fugue in B-flat major, op. 133
Keller String Quartet

J. S. Bach: French Suite in G major, BWV 816
András Schiff - piano

L. v. Beethoven: Variations in F major, op. 66
Miklós Perényi - violoncelo and András Schiff - piano

          

The only Hungarian music journal, Muzsika, turns fifty this year. The publisher has decided to arrange a unique "birthday party" at which many of the great names of Hungarian music will play.

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