Series: Evening by Candlelight
Moscow School of Duduk
Oganes Kazaryan (duduk)
Programme: Anania Shirakatsi, I. Pachelbel, J. S. Bach, G. Böhm, C. Saint-Saëns, M. Ekmalyan and more
|Ticket prices 800 (400) to 2000|
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Titular organist of the cathedral Marina Omelchenko presents her original project uniting innermost musical treasures of Western Europe and Armenia, one of the oldest Christian countries. Organ music which is a world in itself plus the duduk’s soulful voice, a part of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, according to UNESCO: this extraordinary union of two cultures gives new profundity to well-known pieces.
For Our Salvation (arranged for duduk solo)
Prelude in D minor
“Lord have mercy” from the “Liturgy” (arranged for dudukist ensemble)
Variations on themes of Armenian folk songs
Chorale prelude for organ Vater unser im Himmelreich
J. S. Bach
Chorale prelude Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ, BWV 639 (arranged for duduk and organ)
All’Offertorio and All’Elevazione
Le cygne, or The Swan (arranged for duduk and organ)
J. S. Bach
Aria from Orchestral suite No. 3, BWV 1068/2 (arranged for duduk and organ)
Armenian Eyes (arranged for duduk and organ)
Mother (from Henri Verneuil’s film “Mayrig”)
Armenian folk song “The Weather has Cooled down” (arranged for organ, duduk and ensemble of dudukists)
Armenian folk song Ingala (arranged for duduk and organ)
“Amen, Holy Father” from the “Liturgy” (arranged for duduk and organ)
Please note that the programme may be subject to change.