Концерт состоялся 27 September 2017 года
Серия: Cathedral's Eve

Выступали:

Ingeborg Danz (mezzo-soprano, Germany)
Lyubov Shishkhanova (organ)

В программе: D. Buxtehude, J.S. Bach, F. Mendelssohn, R. Schumann, J. Brahms, Ch. Wolff, M. Reger, A. Pärt

Sometimes we keep struggling with a certain question and fail to find a solution. We need to sit down and concentrate, but being accustomed to constant fuss we just cannot enter into reflection. So how shall we achieve this inner silence? What is sure to help us are the best mystical compositions collected in the program of tonight’s concert, from Johann Sebastian Bach to Arvo Pärt.
The German singer Ingeborg Danz is rightly considered one of the best performers of J.S. Bach’s works. She expresses nuances with accuracy and precision, however she never gets lost in small things but is able to get a bird’s eye view of the whole piece, which is essential for a musician intending to plunge the audience into a meditative and philosophical mood. Lyubov Shishkhanova is one of the best-known Russian organists. She spends a lot of time in Germany and Austria studying the works of German classical composers through primary sources.

D. Buxtehude
Prelude in D minor, BuxWV 140

M. Reger
Three sacred songs from Op. 137:
“Lass dich nur nichts dauern”
“Dein Wille, Herr, geschehe”
“O Ursprung aller Brunnen”
Melody for organ, Op. 129

A. Pärt
“My Heart’s in the Highlands” for voice and organ

J.S. Bach
Chorale Prelude “Meine Seele erhebt den Herren”, BWV 648

R. Schumann
Two songs from Op. 35:
“Alte Laute”
“Wer macht dich so krank?”

J.S. Bach
Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV 546

Ch. Wolff
Two Mörike Songs:
“Wo find ich Trost”
“Gebet”

J. Brahms
Chorale Prelude “Herzlich tut mich erfreuen”, Op. 122

F. Mendelssohn
Three songs:
“Doch der Herr, er leitet die Irrenden recht”, Op. 112, No. 1
“Der du die Menschen l?ssest sterben”, Op. 112, No. 2
“Nachtlied”, Op. 71, No. 6

В концерте звучали: Kuhn Organ, Voice

В нескольких словах (теги): Mysticism, Organ and voice, World masterpieces