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Concerts and performances at the Amphithéâtre
War and Peace
Michael Nagy / Gerold Huber
Presentation

This evening of War and Peace traces a path leading from Schubert to Weill with Mahler at its centre. While Mahler died before the First World War, his entire work – in particular Des Knaben Wunderhorn – was inspired by wars from previous centuries, tales of battles and knights leaving their loved ones… Michael Nagy and Gerold Huber have created a programme around this theme, bringing together Schubert, Mahler, Schoenberg – the great Viennese tradition – Charles Ives and Hanns Eisler, one of the great Lied composers of the 20th century, and successor to Schubert.

Franz Schubert Willkommen und Abschied D. 767 (Goethe)
Kriegers Ahnung D. 975, 2 (Rellstab)
Air extrait d’Alfonso et Estrella „Doch im Getümmel der Schlacht“
D. 732, 8b
Arnold Schönberg Der verlorene Haufen op. 12, 2 (Klemperer)
Verlassen op. 6, 4 (Conradi)
Charles Ives Trois mélodies de guerre

1. In Flanders fields (McCrae)
2. He is there! (Mc Crae)
3. Tom sails away (Ives)
Franz Schubert Gebet während der Schlacht (Körner)
Pax vobiscum (Schober)
Hans Eisler Lieder d’après des poèmes de Bertolt Brecht

Die letzte Elegie
Epitaph auf einen in der Flandernschlacht Gefallenen
Die Heimkehr
An den kleinen Radioapparat
Elegie 1930
Gustav Mahler Des Knaben Wunderhorn (extraits)

Der Schildwache Nachtlied
Der Tamboursg'sell
Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen


Michael Nagy
Baritone
Gerold Huber Piano

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Amphithéâtre - The 3 February 2014 - 8:00PM