2
Nov
2018

Ankündigung

Aber es wird wohl niemand deswegen nach Belgrad fahren :) (8.12.2018)

Title:

Bliže Betovenu (closer to Beethoven)

Program:

The evening is dedicated to the music of Ludvig van Beethoven, - to the piano sonatas composed by Beethoven.
Each of his 32 piano sonatas is unique. The collection of the four sonatas for this evening is taken out of a period from 1795 till 1809, they are taken from the first and the second period of Beethoven's sonatas' compositions.
You might have never listened to these sonatas, however each one has a little story to tell.
Starting with number 20, the opus number is misleading. The sonata has been composed much earlier and was published much earlier than the other sonatas of this evening. Maybe Beethoven just did not need money so urgently when the sonata was composed. It is an easy piece to play, but it is ranked as a sonata.

The next sonata number 11 denotes the end of the first set of the sonata compositions. As simple as it appears at the first glance, it is piece to show off. Beethoven introduced in it various pianistic structures that were not to be found in the piano literature earlier, neither by Beethoven himself nor by another composer.
Beethoven seems to have wanted to show off also his own pianistic capabilities.

The next sonata number 18 is not dedicated to a special donator, but it has a nickname: "the hunt". Especially the last movement has been responsible for this name. However, this sonata is also lacking a "slow" movement, although it is a grand sonata with four movements.

The last sonata number 24 is very special by its own properties. It is played in recitals very seldomly. It is dedicated to the sister of one aristocratic lady which is assumed to be the "immortal love", so addressed by Beethoven. It is short, just ten minutes. It changes Beethoven's style of expression to a more lyrical one.

Ludwig van Beethoven

Sonata # 20 op. 49/2 (1075), G-major
Allegro, ma non troppo
Tempo di Menuetto

Sonata #11 op. 22 (1800), B-Dur
Allegro con brio
Adagio con molta espressione
Menuetto
Rondo: Allegretto
Dedicated to the Count Johann Georg von Browne

Sonata #24, op. 78 (1809), F-sharp-Major
Adagio cantabile, Allegro ma non troppo
Allegro vivace
Dedicated to the Countess Therese von Brunswik

Break

Sonata #18 op. 31/3 „The Hunt“ (1802-1805), E-flat-Major
Allegro
Scherzo: Allegretto vivace
Menuetto/Trio: Moderato e grazioso
Presto con fuoco

Biography:

The life of Hans Hartmann has been connected to music for his whole life. Since when he was five years old he used to play together with his father most of the classic literature that was transcribed for piano for four hands. Bach, Händel, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms, Bruckner, Mahler, symphonies or chambre music was played prima vista most of the times.
From his tenth birthday for the following eight years his musical education was guided by Dr. Kurt Anton Hueber, composer and music scientist, president of the international society for ekmelian music.
His musical education was continued somewhat later when he was export director in the famous grand piano factory of Bösendorfer. During this time he was exposed to the best pianists of the time, receiving lessons every now and then on his various trips to asia and Russia. One of his teachers was Alexander Satz, professor at the Royal college in London.
His last education he received by Paul Badura-Skoda.
His current goal is the presentation of all Beethoven sonatas.
The current program he has played in Perchtoldsdorf/Vienna, Halle/Saale, Meißen, Coburg, Weimar and Linz.
He is known to deliver short introductions to the pieces of his programs.
read 98 times
logo

auf 70 steuernd

die Erfahrungen genießend

User Status

Du bist nicht angemeldet.

Aktuelle Beiträge

Ach so - wenn es Sie...
Ach so - wenn es Sie beruhigt: Ich vergesse auch manche...
wvs - 12. Nov, 21:19
Das Ticket wäre...
Das Ticket wäre auch so schon abgelaufen gewesen....
steppenhund - 12. Nov, 18:41
1,10 € geht ja...
1,10 € geht ja noch - ein neuer Rucksack wäre...
wvs - 12. Nov, 13:50
I, Robot - ich, Trottel
Der Roboter in Asimovs Erzählung und im Film ist...
steppenhund - 11. Nov, 23:22
Wieder etwasw dazu gelernt...
Wieder etwasw dazu gelernt :) Danke!
steppenhund - 9. Nov, 23:29

Meine Kommentare

Das Ticket wäre...
Das Ticket wäre auch so schon abgelaufen gewesen....
steppenhund - 12. Nov, 18:41
Das wird schon! Auch...
Das wird schon! Auch die Zeit nach 50 ist noch ganz...
tilak - 11. Nov, 23:14
Das wird schon! Auch...
Das wird schon! Auch die Zeit nach 50 ist noch ganz...
tilak - 11. Nov, 23:14
Wieder etwasw dazu gelernt...
Wieder etwasw dazu gelernt :) Danke!
steppenhund - 9. Nov, 23:29
Ja, das ist mehr als...
Ja, das ist mehr als eine fußnote. Was die beiden...
steppenhund - 9. Nov, 22:46

The bridge


Bloggen
Computer
ernst
Familie
Film
fussball
Icebreaker
Ist das jetzt das Alter
Kino
Kultur
Leben
Lesen
Musik
nichttägliche Mathematik
Philosophie
Politik
... weitere
Profil
Abmelden