[Folkloric Roots]

David Monrad Johansen (1888-1974). ‘With Red Roses’, Op.2, for voice and piano
                                                                  ‘Vaagelidann’, Op.7, for voice and piano
Edvard Grieg (1843-1907). ‘‘Zur Rosenzeit’ and ‘A dream’ from 6 Songs, Op.48. for voice and piano
Nils Georg Nilsen tenor / Oscar Martin piano

Zoltán Kodaly (1882-1967). Adagio, for viola and piano
Rumen Cvetkov viola / Oscar Martin piano

Winner of the composers competition. Piece for tenor and string quartet
Nils Georg Nilsen tenor / Erzhan Kulibaev violin / Laura Romero Alba violin / Jose Velez viola / Juan Ignacio Emme cello

Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904). String sextet in A major, Op.48
Erzhan Kulibaev violin / Laura Romero Alba violin / Rumen Cvetkov viola / Jose Velez viola / Gabriel Ureña cello /
Juan Ignacio Emme cello

1.15 h (w/out intermission)

Program (PDF es / en)
(Presentation, Málaga Clásica Talents, bios)

A collection of national romantics take part in the chosen list of composers for today’s program. From Johansen, who went as far as using Norse in some of his works, to Grieg, whose style was a statement towards Norwegian national sound and also impregnates part of Johansen’s work. Kodaly, and his Adagio for viola and piano (originally written for violin), are added to the already considerable list of composers and works that let themselves be taken by their roots as a motive for their creation. Just as Dvorak, whose sextet belong to his Slavic period, a time when slavic folk elements found their way in his compositional process. The program also includes the work by the winner of the composition competition, a piece which follows the steps of these great composers, in looking to the past to continue into the future.

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