Works by Johannes Brahms, Béla Bartók, Boris Pigovat and more

O/Modernt Chamber Orchestra, Hugo Ticciati, Julian Arp, Christoffer Sundqvist, Miklós Lukács
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The works of many great composers are full of folk music influences. But what kind of music was Brahms listening to at the time that inspired his Hungarian Dances? In this concert, the O/Modernt Chamber Orchestra led by Hugo Ticciati embarks on a search for the origins of folklore borrowings from Brahms, Bartók and Co – with larger and smaller casts, their own arrangements and a special instrument that is only extremely rarely performed in the context of classical chamber music: the cimbalom, played by Miklós Lukács. The concert will be presented by Catherine Bott. From 8:15pm there will be a short introduction, the concert will start at 8:30pm German time / 7:30pm UK time.

A production of O/Modernt
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recorded at 10/28/2022, 08:15pm (CEST)
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Johannes Brahms:
  • Hungarian Dance in G minor WoO. 1 No. 1
  • Clarinet Quintet in B minor Op. 115, Adagio
  • Johannes Brahms Hungarian Dance in F sharp minor WoO. 1 No. 5
Béla Bartók:
  • Divertimento for string orchestra BB118: I. Allegro non troppo
  • Bela Bartok Divertimento for string orchestra BB118: II. Molto adagio
  • 6 Romanian Folk Dances BB68
  • Zöld az erdo (Green is the forest)
  • Hajnali dal (Song of Dawn)
Boris Pigovat:
  • Jewish Wedding
Béla Bartók selection from duets for 2 violins BB104 arranged for violin and clarinet:
  • 1. Teasing Song
  • Hungarian March
  • 28. Sorrow
  • 10. Ruthenian Song