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Voice & clarinet

Lila Hajosi, Julie Delbart
& Antonio Capolupo

11:30 Music Chapel, Studio Haas Teichen

10:00 Guided tour (see p. 122)
11:30 Atelier des Jeunesses Musicales du Brabant Wallon (0 – 3 years)
11:30 Concert (>3 years)

Lila Hajosi, mezzo-soprano
Antonio Capolupo, clarinet
Julie Delbart, piano

L. Spohr: 6 Deutsche Lieder, op. 103, No. 1, “Sei still mein Herz”

L. Spohr: 6 Deutsche Lieder, op. 103, No. 2, “Zwiegesang”

L. Spohr: 6 Deutsche Lieder, op. 103, No. 3, “Sehnsucht”

R. Schumann: Drei Romanzen, op. 94
I. “Nicht schnell”
II. “Einfach, innig”
III. “Nicht schnell”

J. Brahms: Vier Gesänge, op.43, No. 1, “Von ewiger Liebe”

J. Brahms: 8 Klavierstücke, op. 76
Intermezzo. Moderato semplice, in a minor

L. Spohr: 6 Deutsche Lieder, op. 103, No. 4, ” Wiegenlied in drei Tönen”

L. Spohr: 6 Deutsche Lieder, op. 103, No. 5, ” Das heimliche Lied”

L. Spohr: 6 Deutsche Lieder, op. 103, No. 6, “Wach auf”

Born from the desire to reconnect philosophically with art with “the soul of the people”, the lied (or melody in French) becomes under the pen of Schubert, Schumann, Brahms and many others one of the genres the most significant of German romanticism. Uniting poetry and music around of a common object, the lied exceeds the notion of beauty as an end in itself to become the vector of a reflection,
a vision of the world, or even an emotion.

With the support of the Province du Brabant Wallon

 

Le Chapel Restaurant: 11:30 to 14:00 +32 (0)2 352 06 63
Reservation required – www.lechapel.restaurant
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