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That over there in the leafy walkway, you always wait for me by the vine-draped wall? And that with the moonlight and the little stars you ask about me also? What I feel, only she grasps -she who feels with me and stays ever faithful to me, eternally faithful. Essentially the speaker asks his beloved if it is true that she always waits for him in the arbored walk.
The song appears in full in the quartet score. In 19th-century salon performances, the song would have preceded the quartet. The least Beethovenian movement is the Intermezzo, which encloses a decidedly Mendelssohnian scherzo section within a capricious folk tale. And these four French musicians move with such ease and enthusiasm between different styles.
It has since remained close to the Foundation, which arranged to loan them several unique Italian instruments from private owners. A Jazz and World Music album entitled Fiction, released in the Fall of , received an Echo Award and nearly hit the top of the charts. Both recordings received an Echo Award in If we may judge by surviving sources of sacred music and poetry, nowhere was her cult stronger than in the British Isles, where Ladymasses and other special votive services were said and sung daily in churches large and small.
The medieval English motet, based on a pre-existing foundation or tenor part, usually declaims multiple texts simultaneously. It seems fitting that both motets praise Mary, a woman whose humble simplicity was to be so greatly elevated and adorned.
And these works express moore lay and Brid one breere. No doubt realizing that a range of responses to these marvels: mirth and joy, these elegant love songs would not be repressed, and wonder and praise, and even theological exegesis. But the wishing to turn the minds of his musical monks toward thread that ties this music together is a striving toward more spiritual thoughts, the Irish Franciscan abbot something out of the ordinary, a special sound or gesture, Richard de Ledrede composed a new Nativity text in reserved for this most wonderful time.
The plainchant hymn and antiphon are taken from a 13th-century Antiphoner collection of chants for the Divine Office from Worcester. We chose to open our program with the striking, fanfare-like opening of the hymn Vox clara, ecce, intonate. While the feast is drawing to a close, this antiphon reaffirms the miraculous events. Between the plainchant and the song is our recessional, the early 15th-century Song of the Nuns of Chester Qui creavit celum , a carollike lullaby hymn that was used in an advent procession.
The Blessed Virgin Mary in a rose garden, painting by Stefan Lochner, circa 39th season 55 biography Though they all follow a basic structure of burden refrain alternating with a number of verses, the carols included here are varied and individual in expression Lullay, lullay: Als I lay on Yoolis Night and Lullay my child - This ender nithgt are ballad-like lullaby carols of the 14th and 15th century. Dating from the early 15th-century, the other carols vary between two- and three-voice texture.
The two-voice sections of these pieces sometimes lend themselves to fauxbourdon, an improvisatory technique in which a third harmonizing voice is added between two written outer voices, creating a rich triadic harmony. We have used fauxbourdon in the carols Ther is no rose of swych vertu, Ave Maria, Now may we syngen and Ecce quod natura.
This last carol survives in multiple versions; our performance of it combines two of these, one quite simple, and one more elaborate. The music in this program spans hundreds of years, from the early medieval antiphon Hodie Christus natus est, to the polyphonic carols of the 15th-century.
The styles and textures vary greatly; the texts speak with many voices. But despite all the technical diversity, there is a common purpose in these works. As if in response to the quiet force of a supernatural moment, when the paths of humanity and divinity meet, the anonymous composers marked each piece with some special characteristic, making each a universe in itself, and making each a unique artistic response to the Christmas story.
Anonymous 4 I n the spring of , four women came together for a musicreading session to see what medieval chant and polyphony would sound like when sung by four female voices. Though it was rare, these women knew that there were women who lived in the medieval period who sang the music they were reading. Nearly 30 years later, Anonymous 4 has performed for sold-out audiences on major concert series and at festivals throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.
Anonymous 4 recently returned to the Billboard charts with the release of Marie et Marion. Behold a clear voice resounds and cries out against the dark; let dreams be driven away: from eternal heaven Christ comes down. Mens iam resurgat torpida, quae sorde exstat saucia; sidus refulget iam novum, ut tollat omne noxium.
Let the sluggish mind be revived that was smitten by vileness; now a new star shines that will take away all evil. E sursum agnus mittitur laxare gratis debitum; omnes pro indulgentia vocem demus cum lacrimis. From high the lamb is sent, freely to absolve our debts; let us all for the kindness cry out with tears. Gloria tibi, trinitas, aequalis una deitas et ante omne saeculum et nunc et in perpetuum.
Glory to you, trinity, one coequal godhead, before all ages, now and forever. Concerning me may thy saying be fulfilled, that I, since it is his will, may as a maiden, contrary to natural law, have the bliss of a mother. In hire was Crist biloken anon, suth God, soth man ine fleas and bon, and of hir fleas iboren was at time. The angel went away with that, altogether out of her sight; her womb began to swell through the power of the Holy Spirit. In her Christ was straightaway enclosed, true God and true man in flesh and bone, and was born of her flesh in due time.
Whereby good hope came to us; he redeemed us from torment and let himself be slain for us. Matchless maiden-mother, fully endowed with compassion, pray for us to him who chose thee, in whose sight thou didst find grace, that he forgive us sin and hostility and make us innocent of every offence, and, when it is our time to die, give us the bliss of heaven, and [grant us], for thy sake, so to serve him here that he may take us to himself.
Hail, Mary, full of the Grace of God. Hail, blessed flower of virginity, who now has borne a child so noble, who was and is and ever shall be. Lawrence Rosenwald Conductus: Ave maria Conductus: Hail Mary Ave maria gracia plena dominus tecum benedicta tu in mulieribus et benedictus fructus ventris tui. Hail Mary full of grace, the lord be with you, you are blest moang women and blest is the fruit of your womb.
Trans E. Lullay, lullay, lay, lay, lullay: my dear mother, sing lullay. As I lay on Christmas night, alone in my desire, it seemed to me I saw a very lovely sight, a girl rocking her child. Hail, full of grace, God is with thee; thou shalt bear the Messiah.
Lawrence Rosenwald the friends of chamber music Live Performance. For he is now free who was once in bondage; we may well sing, alleluia! Nowe synge we here, alleluya. By Gabriel it was begun; just as the sun shone through the glass, Jesus Christ was conceived of Mary, mother, full of grace.
Now let us sing, alleluia! Nowe is fulfylled the prophecie of Dauid and of Jeremie and al-so of Ysaie. Now are fulfilled the prophecies of David and Jeremiah, and also of Isaiah. Let us therefore sing both loud and high, alleluia, alleluia! Alleluya, this swete songe, oute of a grene branche hit spronge. Alleluia, this sweet song has sprung out of a green branch. God send us long lasting life.
Now joy and bliss be among those who thus can sing, alleluia! A maydin moder, mek and myld, In credil kep a knaue child That softly slepe; sche sat and sange. A maiden mother, meek and mild, in a cradle kept her boy child, who softly slept; she sat and sang. Lawrence Rosenwald 39th season 61 t e xt s a n d t r a n s l at i on s Song: Peperit virgo Song: A maiden gave birth Peperit virgo, virgo regia, mater orphanorum, mater orphanorum.
Peperit virgo, virgo regia, mater orphanorum, plena gracia. A maiden gave birth, a royal maiden, the mother of orphans. A maiden gave birth, a royal maiden, the mother of orphans, full of grace. The angelic voice paid honor to the king of the angels. Three gifts are borne to the child as the homage of the magi. Three gifts are borne to the child as the homage of the magi, with the star leading the way. Tribuat salutem virgo calica, sola spes lapsorum in hac miseria.
She grants salvation, the heavenly maiden, the only hope of the fallen. She grants salvation, the heavenly maiden, the only hope of the fallen in this misery. To the angel who tells of the mighty works of her son, of the vigils of the shepherds — to the angel who tells of the mighty works of her son, [let there be] glory and joy.
Virgo, prece pia per tua munera, regina supernorum, regina supernorum — virgo, prece pia per tua munera, regina supernorum, duc nos ad supera. Maiden, by devout prayer relying on thy offices, O queen of heaven — maiden, by devout prayer relying on thy offices, O queen of heaven, bring us to the realms above. Quamplurium prelaudabilis mater salvatoris, tu mulier admirabilis, parens expers paris.
O matchless virgin, more worthy of love than all others, who, a chaste, inviolable mother, gives birth to God; O mother of the saviour, most praiseworthy of all, thou wonderful woman, parent without equal. O mater incomparabilis, de qua generatur rex christus insuperabilis, homo quo salvatur. Eva fit vero dampnabilis, in morte probatur per te, virgo venerabilis, saluti donatur.
O mother without compare, from whom springs Christ, the invincible king, by whom man is saved. Eve, to be sure, is condemned and tested in death; through thee, venerable virgin, she is granted salvation. Heu, nostra statura fragilis iterum fedatur, heu, ad mala declinabilis ruinam miratur. Hinc, virgo, per te culpabilis zelo corrigatur tandemque cum nato stabilis celo statuatur.
Alas, our fragile stature is again disgraced; alas, easily deflected to evil, it finds itself face to face with its downfall. Hence, may the guilty be reformed through thee with zeal, and may he at last be placed secure in heaven with the son.
Sanders Carol: Ther is no rose of swych vertu Carol: There is no rose of such virtue Ther is no rose of swych vertu As is the rose that bar Ihesu; Alleluya. For in this rose conteynyd was Heuen and erthe in lytyl space, Res miranda. For in this rose was contained both heaven and earth in a little space, a thing to wonder at. Be that rose we may weel see That he is God in personys thre, Pari forma.
By that rose we may well see that he is God in persons three, but of equal form. Leue we al this worldly merthe, And folwe we this joyful berthe; Transeamus. Let us leave this worldly mirth and follow this joyful birth. Let us go. Lawrence Rosenwald 39th season 63 t e xt s a n d t r a n s l at i on s Ballad-Carol: Lullay my child - This endris nithgt Ballad-Carol: Lullay my child - and weep no more Lullay my chyld and wepe no more Sclepe and be now styll Kynge of blis thi fader he es And thus it es his wyll.
Lullay my child and weep no more, sleep and be still now. Your father is the king of heavenly bliss and thus it is all as he wishes it to be. This ender nithgt I sauy ha sithgt Ha may ha credill kepe Hand ever schuy sang Hande sayde in mang Lullay my child ande slepe. The other night, I saw a sight, a maiden watched by a cradle, and ever she sang and all the while said: lullay my child and sleep.
I may nocht slepe I may bot wepe I ham so wobegony. Slepe I wolde But me hes colde Hande clothse hauf I nony. I cannot sleep, I can only weep: I am so woebegone. I would sleep, but I am cold, and I have no clothing. The chylde was swet Hand sor he wepe Hande ever me thoht he sayde Moder dere Way doy I here In crache wy ham I layde The child was sweet, but he wept sorely, and ever I thought he said: Mother dear, what am I doing here?
Why am I lying in a manger? Mankind, for you will I stay here for thirty years and more. I will endure suffering, and I will die, and I will be hung on the cross. To wash away sin and to redeem mankind I will give my body to be bloodied. A spere so charpe Sale thirll my hert For the dede that man has done Fadere ofe blys, Wartu thu has Forsakin me thi sone. A spear so sharp will pierce my heart because of the sins of man.
Father of heavenly bliss, why have you forsaken me, your son? Marsha Genensky the friends of chamber music Live Performance. Blessed be Thou, Queen of heaven, comfort of men and bliss of angels, unblemished mother and pure virgin, such as no other is in the world. As for Thee, it is most readily seen that of all women Thou hast that prize. My sweet Lady, hear my prayer and have pity on me, if Thou wilt.
Thou didst ascend like the first dawn that brings dark night to an end; from Thee sprang a new light that has lightened the whole world. There is no other maid like Thee, so fair, so beautiful, so ruddy, so radiant, so bright; sweet Lady, pity me and have mercy on Thy knight.
Mother, full of gracious virtues, maiden patient and well-taught, I am in the bonds of Thy love, and everything draws me to Thee. Sanders Song: Salve virgo virginum Song: Hail, virgin of virgins Salve virgo virginum parens genitoris, salve lumen luminum, radius splendoris.
Salve flos convallium stilla veri roris; nostra spes in te. Hail, virgin of virgins, mother of the Father, hail, light of lights, ray of brightness. Hail, lily of the valley, drop of the true dew; our hope is in thee. Salve virgo regia porta salutaris, veri viri nescia, quia deum paris. Ave quia deica prole fecundaris; nostra spes in te.
Hail, royal virgin, portal of salvation, not knowing any real man; because it is God thou bringest into the world. Hail, because thou art made fruitful with the divine offspring; our hope is in thee. Ave nostre spei finis et salutis, ave per quam rei letantur cum tutis. Ave speciei decus et salutis; nostra spes in te Hail, goal of our hope and salvation; hail to thee, through whom the guilty and the saved rejoice together. Hail, ornament of beauty and wholesomeness; our hope is in thee.
Dum pro reis innocens fit immolation que opertet fieri visitatio ut relatum fieret satisfactio incarnati filii iam patet seculo quam transsumpsit pastorum pura devotio. Duplum Psallat mater gracie gaudet ecclesia per quam nova gaudet prole celi curia in excelsis canitur deo gloria, quo testatur resonans vox angelica pariente genitorem nati filia vagit in presepio celorum gloria; o beata que [assident] animalia pastor petit Bethleem grandi fiducia, ut cernant in stabulo regentem omnia.
O quam alta summi regis sunt palacia cui cedunt ut recumbant animalia ubi queso milites ubi familia ubi thronus ubi capax aula regia talia respondeat virgo paupercula que diversorii parit angustia cuius fetum enim locant cubicula ergo regis glorie mater et filia nos [de hac] ingloria transfer miseria. The glory of the heavens is crying in the manger; o blessed animals sitting there; the shepherd with abounding trust proceeds to Bethlehem that there in the stable he might descry Him who rules over everything.
O how great are the palaces of the highest king, from whom the animals move away that they might lie down; pray, where are the soldiers, where is the household, where the throne, where the spacious royal hall? Let the poor virgin answer such questions, who gives birth in the cramped spaces of the inn, whose bedchamber accommodates the babe; therefore, mother and daughter of the glorious king, take us away from this inglorious misery.
Carol: Qui creavit celum Carol: He who created heaven Qui creavit celum lully lully lu Nascitur in stabulo by by by by by Rex qui regit seculum lully lully lu. He who created heaven, lully lully lu, is born in a stable, by by by by by, the king who rules the ages, lully lully lu. Joseph emit panniculum by by by by by Mater involvit puerum lully lully lu Et ponit in presepio by by by by by. Joseph bought a little cloth; the mother swaddled her baby boy and placed him in a manger.
Inter animalia lully lully lu Jacent mundi gaudia by by by by by Dulcis super omnia lully lully lu. Lactat mater domini by by by by by osculatur parvulum lully lully lu et adorat dominum by by by by by. The mother nurses the lord; she kisses her little child and thus adores her lord. Roga mater filium lully lully lu ut det nobis gaudium by by by by by in perenni gloria lully lully lu. Mother, pray your son that he may give us joy in eternal glory.
Sanders the friends of chamber music Live Performance. Through everlasting ages, through eternity and beyond, may he grant us to rejoice in him. Susan Hellauer Carol: Ecce quod natura Carol: Behold, nature changes her law Ecce quod natura mutat sua jura: virgo parit pura dei filium. Ecce, novum gaudium, ecce novum mirum: virgo parit filium, que non novit virum; que non novit virum, sed ut pirus pirum, gleba fert sphirum, rosa lilium.
Behold, a new joy, behold, new wonder: a virgin bears a son without knowing man; without knowing man, but as the pear tree bears a pear, the earth creates a sapphire and the rose a lily. Mundum deus flebilem videns in ruina, florem delectabilem produxit de spina; produxit de spina virgo que regina, mundi medicina, salus gencium. This doleful world God saw in ruins, so a delectable rose he produced from the thorn; he produced from the thorn a virgin queen, a healing for the world and the salvation of its people.
Nequivit divinitas plus humiliari, nec nostra fragilitas magis exaltari; magis exaltari quam celo locari, deo coequari per conjugium. Divinity could not be more humbled, nor could our fragility be more exalted; more exalted than to be placed in heaven, equal with God, through this union.
Lawrence Rosenwald Carol: Now may we syngyn Carol: Now may we sing Now may we syngen as it is quod puer natus est nobis. This baby, who has been born for us, has done miraculous deeds; he will not forsake those who are lost, but will boldly redeem them. And thus it is, certainly: he asks for nothing but what is his.
Hys raunsum for us hath y paid Of resoun than we owyn to ben hys Be mercy askyd and he be prayd We may be rith kalange blys. And thus it is. The ransom for us has been paid, and for this reason, we are in his debt. By asking mercy and by praying to him we may claim heavenly bliss as our due.
Almythy god in trynyte Thy mercy we pray with hool herte Thy mercy may all woo make fle And daungerous dreed fro us do sterte. Almighty God in Trinity, we pray for your mercy wholeheartedly. Curritur ad vocem nummi Run to the sound of money calling — a pleasant invitation! Learn, then, how to fool people! Just do it! Deny yourself nothing in this life and live like the rest of us. Live like the rich clerics: measure the punishment according to the bribe.
When you bring in your net and see that the harvest is ripe, then at least add a little usury to your portfolio. Dare everything, even if you use trickery and fraud. Leave nothing out! You have no need to adhere to the law, no need to worry about justice. Let this edict be holy to you: Where virture is a crime, there is no place for God! Anglia planctus itera England, repeat your lamentations and return to grief: consider the double loss as a double star has set.
Harshly death has raged in you…therefore, always inclined to grief, enter into grief. The sun of Paris has been eclypsed in Britain and is seen everywhere. O day, announcing grief, covering the sun in darkness! O day, daughter of the night! O day, without forgiveness! O day, full of darkness! With a nice bribe, however, you will be noticed immediately. The gatekeepers of the pope are more deaf than Cerberus. You can howl all you want, in the mistaken hope that something will change.
But even the plea of Orpheus who moved Pluto, the god of the underworld would remain unheard there. But they might listen if you knocked with a hammer made of silver. Minor natu filius The younger son is the Gentile people, blind and without faith, like the prodigal son, who became destitute, fled to the desert, and fed swine.
Penitent, he returns, and the father rejoices because the young boy is back; See how the lost one, considered perished, has returned! The calf is killed and a ring is placed on his finger. The envious brother is afflicted and filled with hate because his little brother is received with love by the father. Luke Zima vetus expurgetur Let the old leaven be purged so that the new resurrection may be celebrated.
This is the day of our hope: the power of this day is marvellous by the testimony of the law. This day despoiled Egypt and freed the Hebrews from the cruel kiln, established in the labour of their servitude. Now the praise of divine virtue, now of triumph, now of salvation, an unimpeded voice breaks out: this is the day which the Lord has made, this is the end of our pain, the healing day….
Life and death have fought, Christ has risen truly, and with Christ many witnesses to the glory have risen. Let the new morning, the joyful morning, wipe away the evening weeping: because life conquered death, it is time for joy. O Jesus victor, Jesus life, Jesus, common way of life, by whose death, death is put to sleep, invite us to the Paschal table with confidence; O living bread, living water, vine true and fertile, feed us, cleanse us, so that your grace may save us from a second death.
Veneris prosperis Everybody should enjoy the happy arrival of Venus, when those tender flowers are budding out. Follow the ancient custom: be ready for love, and shun all other forms of vice. Jupiter, ruler of all things, has taught us that nothing agreeable is done basely. Thus he speaks, and thus he fulfills all his vows, living in conformity to his own edict. It pleases me, therefore, to live as a lover; to imitate Jupiter is not such a bad idea.
Transfixed by the arrow of voluptuousness, I will sail under my own free will, navigating by the star of Venus! Vitam duxi I have lived a joyous life of love, caring more for pleasure than for propriety. Only one thing compels me: that I should enjoy the favour of fame while living an easy life! Now, knowing what is forbidden, I will be able to resist passion when it returns. And so the tables are turned on the unsuspecting enemy; he becomes a helper.
Thus is confirmed the happy status of those who love truly. I know that such mean attacks by gossips can be useful; thanks to them I had the luck to avoid being fed up with love. With bad intentions, they gave me only joy, and in the end my desire is compounded.
With such a remedy in hand, I can harvest grapes from the thorns of my enemies. But in the end, this fame withered, and he was enclosed in blind darkness by the enticing girl Iole, the hero was made a captive. But a girl made him captive with a simple smile. A man dissolute with the pleasures of Venus devalues the memory of great deeds and glory. I will flee her, and devote my full energy to study and the advancement of my career!
O my dear Lycoris, farewell, and wish me well, for in this battle, flight is stronger than fighting. Annus renascitur The year is reborn! Let us be joyful now! The old is cast out, and the new Adam is born. Let us rejoice at the year renewed! The baculus is passed around… a new sun rises … the clouds depart!
Novus annus hodie Today a new year urges us to begin joyful praises… therefore, let us celebrate this annual feast, loosing the chains of sin, giving drink to the thirsty, healing the sick with this medicine, as joyfully we sing as a memorial: [refrain]: Ha! He who truly wishes to sing should make praise with three gifts: with his mouth, heart and good works he should labour, so that he might live and please God!
He is worthy of memory whose end is joyful, worthy of great praise whose kindness is without end, who created the heavens, the earth and the sea. Thus he ruled the world with his Word, and was concerned to enrich man, to command his subjects, and according to his will give him immortality.
It is an international group of singers and instrumentalists — united in Paris under the direction of the legendary performer and teacher Benjamin Bagby — for performances and recordings of Western European music from the period before Sequentia has inspired new generations of young performers, many of whom were trained in professional courses given by Benjamin Bagby and other members of the ensemble.
The past years have seen a growing corpus of Sequentia recordings centered on the importance of oral tradition, storytelling, and the earliest musical documents of medieval Europe. Their most recent recording, Fragments for the End of Time, featuring apocalyptic songs from early medieval Germany, Saxony and Aquitaine, was released on the Raumklang label in Most recently, the Quartet was awarded the prestigious Cleveland Quartet Award.
Given biennially by Chamber Music America, this award honors and promotes a rising young string quartet whose artistry demonstrates that it is in the process of establishing a major career. This unprecedented residency includes performance and interview broadcasts on Performance Today and Classical FM, live chamber concerts in St. The residency embraced a series of collaborative concerts with artists of various genres including Jazz, Folk, and World Music.
For more information visit www. Nicht Schnell, mit Innigkeit 2. Sehr Rasch 3. Ziemlich langsan 5. Schnell 6. Ziemlich langsam, sehr gesangvoll 7. Sehr langsam 8. Langsam 9. Novellette: Lebhaft Praludium: Energisch Marsch: Sehr getragen Abendmusik: In menuett tempo Scherzo: Lebhaft Stern Foundation. This concert is supported, in part, by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Papillons, Op. At this early stage of his career — he was 19 when he started sketching Papillons — music and literature were inseparable for him. Its penultimate chapter takes place at a masked ball. Eventually he expanded to twelve movements, incorporating an allusion to the opening waltz in the finale.
The chiming of the clock in the last section supports that interpretation. Ultimately, however, Schumann was ambivalent about his references to the novel. The influence of Schubert, who also wrote dozens of short dance movements, manifests itself in both the preponderance of waltz and polonaise rhythms and in the lighthearted, pleasing quality of the music. Program Notes fragmentary and lacking unity. The Viennese dramatist and poet Franz Grillparzer gave it a good review in the Wiener musikalische Zeitung; Ludwig Rellstab also praised it in the Berlin press.
Schumann was keenly aware of the disorienting quality of his fragments. He wanted the listener to experience a jumble — but he also sought to anchor the piece. He accomplished this by using the key of D major as an overall tonal center, and by cyclic references to themes stated early in the piece.
The complete work is an amalgam of dances and individual fanciful miniatures, each with its own character. Schumann was less concerned with form and more with texture, mood, the immediacy of the moment and, above all, emotional appeal. The title Papillons and the music of this work were clearly important to Schumann. This concept — the metamorphosis from caterpillar to butterfly — resonated with Schumann, who seized on its transference to musical metamorphosis.
He also took advantage of the more literal metaphor. The amazing thing is that Papillons succeeds as music, even independent of these elaborate subtexts. Sudden shifts in mood are common, ranging from carefree and humorous to music of profound emotional resonance. Schumann changes key frequently and varies the length of the movements. His unpredictability lends an aphoristic quality to each segment, and underscores a sense of impetuosity.
When it appeared in , Papillons drew attention immediately for its originality of conception. He is noted for his experiments in the structure of the novel, including flashbacks and interpolated philosophical digressions. His Introduction to Aesthetics, published in , was one of the first treatises on the theory of the novel.
Flegeljahre is a coming of age story about the brothers Walt and Vult. Separated as boys, they are reunited as young adults, shortly after Walt inherits a great fortune. In order to take possession of the inheritance, Walt must first perform a series of tasks ranging from tuning pianos to gardening emulating the life of his benefactor. Walt embarks on this process with sincerity and good intentions, but he is awkward and clumsy. His misguided efforts give rise to some comic episodes.
Vult, by contrast, is already a distinguished flutist, gifted with grace and cultivated sensibilities. His truest emotional expressions came through in his writing for solo piano. Couched in many titles — romances, novelettes, fables, scenes, fantasies — these works are the repositories of his soul. Along the way, Schumann composed dozens of other piano pieces, not all of which found their way into larger works.
Indeed, he dismissed much of this music as insignificant. Nevertheless, some instinct prevented him from destroying them. He knew there were nuggets of value among these discarded miniatures. In December , Schumann assembled a generous handful of miscellaneous trifles composed between and and sent them to his publisher, Friedrich Arnold. The original title he proposed for the group was Spreu, or chaff.
Arnold persuaded him that the self-deprecating title was unwise. The series attracted enough interest to prompt Schumann to assemble another twenty such pieces in The brothers and Wina attend a fancy dress ball, in the course of which costumes are exchanged, identities are disguised, and misunderstandings arise. Jean Paul left Flegeljahre unfinished. Perhaps that is why Schumann removed the epigraph. Nearly everyone has a story.
The first is a melodious little jewel only sixteen measures long. It remained unfinished; however, he returned to the manuscript in September to complete its scherzo. In a solo piano version, that scherzo became No. The most celebrated of the group is indisputably No. Clara Schumann had also composed variations on this theme. Her set, published as her Op. These pieces deserve to be heard and played more frequently. Sonata in B-flat Major, D. They share not only the key of B-flat major, but also a sense of spaciousness, serenity, and nobility that verges on the sublime.
Whether consciously or not, Schubert paid homage to Beethoven in other ways in this sonata. He was first and foremost a composer of songs. His gift for melody informs all his instrumental music. The B-flat Major Sonata dates from September During that month, Schubert completed two other magnificent piano sonatas — the C minor, D. All four compositions are bulwarks of the repertoire that are full of gorgeous themes.
Seven weeks after he finished the B-flat Major Sonata, he was dead. Schubert originally intended to dedicate the three piano sonatas to Johan Nepomuk Hummel, one of the greatest pianists of the 19th century and an accomplished composer in his own right. Anton Diabelli — yes, that Diabelli, the same one who wrote the insipid little waltz on which Beethoven composed his splendid Diabelli Variations — had engraved the sonatas by Inexplicably, he delayed publication until Ironically, Hummel had died in October At nearly forty minutes, the sonata unfolds on a symphonic scale.
Yet there is not a moment of boredom. The music is not virtuosic. Schubert was primarily a string player of both violin and viola. He also played piano his entire life and regularly accompanied singers in the salons known as Schubertiades; however, his piano writing in the solo works is often awkward. This makes them difficult rather than flashy.
After the initial, partial statement, a sepulchral trill interrupts in the lowest register of the piano. At first it seems like a throwaway gesture. Is it just 35th Anniversary Season 11 61 mysterious, or a trifle ominous?
The lyrical theme resumes, and Schubert carries us off on the harmonic adventure of unexpected modulations that marks his music as his own. The interplay between the home tonality of B-flat major, the submediant of G-flat, and D minor recurs with some regularity. After the expanse of a fourteen-minute opening movement in relaxed tempo, Schubert was courageous to proceed with an Andante sostenuto: another eleven minutes at an even slower pace.
It is a remarkable feat of musical wizardry that he succeeds. Introspective, even private, this movement vacillates between C minor and A major in music both solemn and profound. Bright, brisk, chirpy, and short, it is the ideal tonic at this juncture. Its central trio, in minor mode, benefits from lopsided syncopations that keep us waiting for resolution.
After a clarion call on an octave sounding two Gs, he launches into a false statement that implies C minor. Beethoven used the same ploy in the last movement of his String Quartet in B-flat, Op. Soon enough, B-flat major emerges as the principal key center. Jovial dialogue alternates with a couple of explosive outbursts, but good humor prevails. Recapturing the unhurried pace of his opening movement, Schubert ties it all together in this satisfying finale, even adding a brisk coda for an exciting close.
What little money he earned came almost exclusively from his Lieder. Yet he cultivated almost every instrumental genre, writing enormous quantities of music in large and small forms. For whatever reason, he returned repeatedly to the piano sonata, composing twenty-one of them between and Nineteenth-century virtuoso pianists did not consider them suitable material for the concert hall.
If they played Schubert at all, they chose the character pieces: the Impromptus, the Ecossaises, the Moments Musicaux. Among his larger works, only the Wanderer-Fantasie attracted the highprofile pianists. Today, D. Lupu has regularly performed as soloist and recitalist in the musical capitals and major festivals of Europe and the United States.
He has appeared many times with the Berlin Philharmonic since his debut with that orchestra at the l Salzburg Festival under Herbert von Karajan, and with the Vienna Philharmonic, including the opening concert of the Salzburg Festival under Riccardo Muti.
He is also a frequent visitor to the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and all of the major London orchestras. Concerts with the New York Philharmonic soon followed and Mr. Lupu has since appeared with all of the foremost American orchestras. Lupu appeared in a special series of concerts devoted to concerti of Mozart.
In , for Teldec, he joined Daniel Barenboim for a disc of Schubert works for piano, four hands. Lupu together with Szymon Goldberg. Born in Romania in l, Mr. Lupu began studying the piano at the age of 6 with Lia Busuioseanu. He made his public debut with a complete program of his own music at twelve, continuing his studies for several years with Florica Muzicescu and Cella Delavrance. During his seven years at the Moscow Conservatory he won first prize in the l Enescu International Competition in addition to the Van Cliburn and Leeds International competitions.
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Frank married Helen Marley Johnson Bulen in she had been living with his family for five years and they had two children: Esther Marley Betty b and Roy b Frank died at the age of Davies, pastor of Sandy Creek Congregational church.
Burial was at Ellisburg. Bettinger was taken ill Tuesday and on Wednesday was taken to the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where he died at that night, following a major operation. Bettinger was born in the Redden house at Ellisburg, son of George E. At the time of his death, he resided in the homestead which his grandfather built. He married Helen Marley Bulen 30 years ago.
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