Rescheduled from 23.05.20
Oganes Kazaryan (duduk)
Programme: Anania Shirakatsi, J. Pachelbel, M. Ekmalyan, G. Böhm, J. S. Bach, D. Zipoli, C. Saint-Saëns and more
|Ticket prices 900 (300) to 2500|
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Duduk is one of rare musical instruments capable of captivating the listener just with its timbre. UNESCO has declared its sound to be masterpiece of humanity’s world cultural heritage. Joined by our splendid Cathedral organ, the duduk will live up to the expectations of the most refined connoisseurs of music. Our concert features the director of the Moscow School of Duduk and the titular organist of the Catholic Cathedral of Moscow. The program includes transcirptions of well-known classical works and traditional Armenian tunes, including those that were used in famous movies.
For our Salvation (arranged for solo duduk)
Prelude in D minor
Fragment from the Liturgy (arranged for duduk and organ)
Variations on themes of Armenian traditional 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 by M. Omelchenko and O. Kazaryan)
Offertorium and 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 by M. Omelchenko and O. Kazaryan)
The Weather has Cooled down, the tune was used in the film The Passion of the Christ (Armenian traditional song arranged for organ, duduk and ensemble of dudukists by M. Omelchenko and O. Kazaryan)
Ingala (Armenian traditional song arranged for duduk and organ)
Amen, Holy Father
Please note that the programme may be subject to change.