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57th Bratislava Music Festival Opening Concert

Friday, September 23 2022, 7.30 PM
Serie BHS – Bratislava Music Festival, Concert Hall of Slovak Philharmonic

ProgramProgram
Ján CikkerJán Cikker (1911–1989)
  Festivalová zvučka Bratislavských hudobných slávností Bratislava Music Festival Signature Tune
Ilja ZeljenkaIlja Zeljenka (1932–2007)
  Spievať?, kantáta pre dva zbory, soprán, recitátora a orchester na básne Jána Bottu To sing? Cantata for two choirs, soprano, narrator and orchestra on Ján Botto’s poems
Franz LisztFranz Liszt (1811–1886)
  Koncert pre klavír a orchester č. 1 Es dur, S. 124 Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat Major, S. 124
  Allegro maestosoAllegro maestoso
  Quasi adagioQuasi adagio
  Allegretto vivaceAllegretto vivace
  Allegro marziale animatoAllegro marziale animato
PrídavokEncore
Béla BartókBéla Bartók (1881–1945)
  Tri rondá na slovenské ľudové piesne, Sz. 84 Three Rondos on Slovak Folk Tunes, Sz. 84
  1. Andante1. Andante
Modest Petrovič MusorgskijModest Petrovich Mussorgsky (1839–1881) (upr. arr. Maurice RavelMaurice Ravel)
  Obrázky z výstavy Pictures at an Exhibition
  Promenáda IPromenade I
  ŠkriatokThe Gnome
  Promenáda IIPromenade II
  Starý hradThe Old Castle
  Promenáda IIIPromenade III
  Park v TuilleriesTuileries (Children’s Quarrel after Games)
  BydloCattle
  Promenáda IVPromenade IV
  Balet nevyliahnutých kuriatokBallet of Unhatched Chicks
  Samuel Goldenberg a SchmuÿleSamuel Goldenberg and Schmuÿle
  Trh v LimogesLimoges. The Market (The Great News)
  Katakomby (Sepulchrum romanum)Catacombs (Roman Tomb)
  Cum Mortuis In Lingua MortuaWith the Dead in a Dead Language
  Baba-JagaThe Hut on Hen’s Legs (Baba Yaga)
  Veľká brána KyjevskáThe Bogatyr Gates (In the Capital in Kiev)

The cantata To Sing? on poems by Ján Botto was written by Ilja Zeljenka in 1972, in the time of the growing “normalization” of the social and political life in our country. Gloomy lines written by a poet of the Štúr generation, motivated by the defeat of the revolution in the memorable year 1848, inspired the composer in his reaction to the depressing situation of his time. The piece was premiered as late as in 1992.

The Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat major by Franz Liszt belongs to the most popular and the most frequently performed 19th-century instrumental concertos. The solo part, written out with bravura and virtuosity, enables pianists to demonstrate to the highest extent their technical and expressive skills, as is the case of the acclaimed Croatian artist Dejan Lazić, whose skills have been highlighted in Der Spiegel magazine. Mussorgsky’s legendary piano piece Pictures at an Exhibition, inspired by the posthumous exhibition of the painter Viktor Hartmann in Moscow, encouraged a lot of composers to instrumentation. The author of the most popular orchestral arrangement, tonight performed by the Slovak Philharmonic led by its music director Daniel Raiskin as a final piece of the festival’s opening concert, is no less famous and renowned Maurice Ravel.


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