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ORPHEUS MUSIC FROM AMSTERDAM


Saturday, 12/03/2016, 19:00
Concert Hall
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 Organ concert

Jiyoung Kim-Barthen winner of the Ninth International Competition for Organ them. J. P. Sweelinck (Gdańsk / Pasłęk 2015)

 

Programme:

Jan Sebastian BACH
Toccata and Fugue in E Major BWV 566

Maurice DURUFLÉ
Prélude et Fugue sur le nom d'Alain op.7

Ferenc LISZT
Symphonic poem Orpheus

Louis VIERNE
Symfphony no. 3 op.28
Allegro maestoso-Cantilène-Intermezzo-Adagio-Final

 

The main idea of The International Organ Competition them. JP Sweelinck, they set themselves the organizers is to promote creativity patron of the competition - Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck and activate and support promising young organists. Enabling them to exchange experiences and initiate artistic contacts, which then result in an international musical collaboration. The competition also gives young artists the opportunity to direct contact with prominent representatives of the world of organ music, parties in the competition's jury. For the winners, in addition to financial rewards, involve a number of prizes in the form of concerts.

 

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck

Born in April 1562 in Deventer, he died Oct. 16, 1621 in Amsterdam. Dutch organist, composer and teacher. He composed many variations toccata, fantasies and madrigals, psalms, motets. He wrote more than 250 songs and vocal pieces for keyboard instruments, ie.: Virginal, klawicymbał authorities.

He was the last great master of the Franco-Flemish school vocal polyphony, and also the creator of the turn of the Renaissance and Baroque.

It is called the "Orpheus of Amsterdam".

 

 

 

 
 

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