Концерт состоялся 18 February 2018 года
Series: Cathedral's Eve

Bach, Tariverdiev and others

The concert features:

Ekaterina Monisova (soprano)
Lada Labzina (organ)

Programme: J.S. Bach, "G. Caccini", L.-N. Clérambault, Ch. Gounod, C. Franck, C. Saint-Saëns, S. Barber, M. Tariverdiev, V. Vavilov

The word “imitation” may seem to have a negative connotation, a hint of lack of independence. But it is only by imitating that we learn and perceive the meaning of our existence. The great Bach never missed an opportunity to learn even from those whose capacities were quite ordinary. And all true composers attended the school of imitation, like singing birds who learn from their congeners. Mikael Tariverdiev has a splend series called “Imitating Old Masters”.  And another Russian composer, Vladimir Vavilov, tried to imitate Giulio Caccini and finally composed an “Ave Maria” that became much more popular than the Italian maestro’s works.

A duo of soprano and organ will also perform pieces by C. Franck, C. Saint-Saëns and other classical composers.

Honoured Artist of the Republic of Khakassia, laureate of international competitions
Ekaterina Monisova (soprano)

Honoured Artist of the Republic of Tatarstan, laureate of international competitions
Lada Labzina (organ)

J.S. Bach

Prelude in Es-dur , BWV 552/1

Aria “Quia respexit” from “Magnificat”, BWV 243/3

Chorale arrangement of “Vater unser im Himmelreich”, BWV 682

L.-N. Clérambault

Suite du deuxième ton

C. Saint-Saëns

“Ave Maria”

J.S. Bach – Ch. Gounod

“Ave Maria”

S. Barber

Adagio (transcribed by W. Strickland)

C. Franck

“Рanis angelicus”

Fantasia in A major

V. Vavilov

“Ave Maria” (erroneously attributed to G. Caccini)

M. Tariverdiev

Chorale preludes n. 2, 5 and 10 from “Imitating Old Masters”

J.S. Bach

Fugue in Es-dur , BWV 552/2

We listened to: Kuhn Organ, Voice

Tags: Classical music, Musical geniuses, Organ and voice, Wonders of music