humour is, if you're doing it anyway. No one has been waiting for the comic compositions of Ludwig Thuille, and Peter Cornelius, which will be listed on Monday in the Philharmonie – because nobody knows it. To Peter P. Pachl, the musicologist, and Impresario with a strong preference for the light-hearted side of art in the German Empire. Since last autumn Pachl is the Director of the Berlin Symphony orchestra, and it's a Chance not to pass on 1. To make April a large cast, a few small jokes.
Shortly before his untimely death in 1907, set to the Academy in Munich under Professor Ludwig Thuille, the "primordial Ooze - Idyll" of the poet and writer Friedrich Theodor Vischer, which he had published under the Pseudonym Deutobold Symbolizetti Allegorowisch Mystifizinsky. It's about a prehistoric giant lizard, which sees the mud bath is unexpectedly a female of his species. By Cupid's arrow, is taken as the ichthyosaurs immediately a Ichthyosüß.
With all of the hand according to the painting this pastiche is painted to Wagner's Siegfried Idyll, the Bass soloist tilts in the light of the Dino-happiness votes kalauernd in the Head-coloratura. Stefan Sevenich makes the charm of the game Opera-Buffos of the old school, as he has previously brought in the Aria of Abul Hassan from Peter Cornelius' "The Barber of Baghdad," the turned Wilhelmine word joke in a professional on the ramp. Cornelius’ stage Barber has creamy in a way that is as sharp as his razor, the orchestral accompaniment tends rather to the Butter, as well as the Overture to the Opera instrumental overcharge with their tangle of low and middle voices.
From the Fugue in the speed March
Catchy, the orchestra sounds in thuille's Parodi-inspired Mini-oratorio "Fridolin or the course to the iron hammer" of 1893, seen here with his late world premiere: operetta sounds RUB with late romantic Pathos, the composer of the endless repetitions in the Italian act-Finali funny, and the fairy tale goes beyond sticking the end of a Fugue seamlessly in a speed March.
The carries a Grin-potential for classical music connoisseurs. Stefan Sevenich, the gentlemen from the Berlin oratorio choir, and four young UdK-singing students have audible fun, and also the Berlin Symphony orchestra to follow willingly the gestural instructions of the conductor Thomas Hennig. Aesthetically closer, however, the orchestra feels the two Rossini overtures to "the Silken ladder" and "the Barber of Seville", which are rung at the beginning of the Evening: As the belcantist can Shine this talented brass section, as an elegant Liveliness develops naturally.More about
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