Location: A. P. Bogolubov Arts Library, 14 Sushchovskaya street, Moscow
Концерт состоялся 9 December 2018 года
Attention please! Event is held at the A. P. Bogolubov Arts Library
Attention please!!! The concert is held at the A. P. Bogolubov Arts Library, 14 Sushchovskaya street, Moscow (not in the Cathedral!).
Do you know how is the musician playing the harp of Aeolus called? His name is wind. Indeed it is the wind who is supposed to touch its strings. The harp of Aeolus is a symbol of love. Vasily A. Zhukovsky gave this title to his romantic ballad about a loving couple not destined to be together.
An unusual trio – two harps and a cinema organ – will perform tunes from Offenbach’s “Tales of Hoffmann”, Joaquin Rodrigo’s famous “Concierto de Aranjuez” and other beautiful pieces of music accompanied by Zhukovsky’s romantic poems read by Pyotr Sakharov.
Fanfare for solo organ
J. S. Bach – Ch. Gounod
Ave Maria (arranged for two haprs and organ)
J. S. Bach
Prelude from Partita for violin No. 3, BWV 1006/1 (arranged for two haprs and organ)
Canon in D major (arranged for two haprs and organ)
Fandango for two harps
E. Parish Alvars
Concertino for two harps and organ in D minor, Op. 91
Dreams of Love (arranged for organ)
M. de Falla
“Spanish Dance” from the opera “La vida breve” (arranged for two haprs and organ)
Adagio from “Concierto de Aranjuez” (transcribed for harp by N. Zabaleta; arranged for hapr and organ)
Barcarola from “The Tales of Hoffmann” (arranged for two haprs)