Zeitmaschine – Liszt & Gesualdo

Raumklangkonzert mitten im dunklen Saal
Cedric Pescia Piano OPUS VOCALE Chorus Volker Hedtfeld Chorus master
Franz Liszt „Nuages gris“ Franz Liszt Bagatelle ohne Tonart Franz Liszt „La lugubre gondola“ Don Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa „O vos omnes“ (aus den Karmetten-Responsorien) Franz Liszt „Après une lecture du Dante“ - Fantasia quasi Sonata (aus „Années de pèlerinage, Deuxième année: Italie“) Don Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa „Ecce quo modo moritur iustus“ (aus den Karmetten-Responsorien) Franz Liszt „Les jeux d'eau á la Villa d'Este“ (aus „Années de pèlerinage. Troisème année“ Franz Liszt „Csárdás macabre“ Don Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa „Plange quasi virgo“ (aus den Karmetten-Responsorien) Franz Liszt „Bénédiction de Dieu dans la solitude“ (aus „Harmonies poétiques et religieuses“)


Long before the Second Viennese School, Franz Liszt composed piano works that advanced the dissolution of tonality. The choral music of Carlo Gesualdo, whose dissonant harmonies, still bold today, clashed with the mores of the 16th century, seems equally avant-garde. With the help of pianist Cédric Pescia and Opus Vocale, the brainchildren of the two visionaries meet in the Große Saal – which shows how amazingly expandable the traditional piano recital format can be.

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