Ingeborga Lyubomirskaya (declamation)
Maria Aria (soprano, tambourine)
Maria Moiseeva (organ)
Natalia Dubrovskaya (mezzo-soprano, frame drums)
Nikolay Borchev (baritone, Germany)
Programme: J. S. Bach, F. Durante, F. Schubert, C. Saint-Saëns, Ch. Gounod, M. Mussorgsky, A. Piazzolla and more
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Perhaps there is no such a thing as an unbeautiful Ave Maria melody. Indeed it is impossible to write music for such a text cold-heartedly. Any author who has decided to compose a new musical version of this prayer feels both responsible and inspired in a special way.
This concert features compositions dedicated to Our Lady, from the 13th to 20th century, including the masterpieces of F. Schubert and V. Vavilov (attributed to G. Caccini). Rhythmic melodies of medieval songs, percussion and the noble Baroque style, la folía of Spain and Neapoletan waltz, folk and popular music – each one of the authors featured in the program spoke to the Blessed Virgin in his own language. But all the compositions have something in common: love for Our Lady, faith and beauty.
The presenter of the concert Ingeborga Lyubomirskaya will read brief extracts from Russian and foreign texts dedicated to Saint Mary.
Cuncti simus (early Spanish cantiga)
A que pur muy gran fremosura (early Spanish cantiga)
Des oge mais (early Spanish cantiga)
J. S. Bach
Aria Quia respexit from Magnificat
Tiento sobre la Letanía de la Virgen
Vergin tutto amor
O Santissima Vergine Maria
By a River of Babylon (Ukrainian traditional carol)
Ave Maria (erroneously attributed to G. Caccini)
Ave Maria no morro
Please note that the programme may be subject to change.