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Borbála Dobozy’s Harpsichord Recital

6th April, 2019
7.30 pm

Festetics Palace — Mirror Hall
Featuring:
Ingrid Kertesi – voice, László Hadady, Ilona Csizmadia – oboe, Bálint Mohai – bassoon, Ábrahám Consort (artistic director: Márta Ábrahám)
 
An event jointly organized with Hungarian National Museum.

Ticket prices: 2500 Ft

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Festetics Palace

Pollack Mihály tér 3.
+36 1 266 3101

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Borbála Dobozy’s Harpsichord Recital

Borbála Dobozy’s Harpsichord Recital

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  1. Štěpán: Sonata in G major for Harpsichord, Op. 3/2
  2. Štěpán: Songs
  3. Das Mädchen am Ufer – The Girl on the Bank
  4. Das Veilchen im Hornung (Das arme Veilchen!) – The Violet in February (The Poor Violet!)
  5. Schwanenlied – Swan Song
  6. Phidile
  7. Zelenka: Sonata in F major for Two Oboes, Bassoon and Basso Continuo, ZWV 181/5
  8. G. A. Benda: Sonata in F major for Harpsichord
  9. G. A. Benda: Mein Thyrsis – My Thyrsis
  10. G. A. Benda: Philint
  11. G. A. Benda: Heraklit
  12. G. A. Benda: Von nun an, oh Liebe – From Now On, Oh Love
  13. G. A. Benda: Concerto in G minor for Harpsichord and Strings

Borbála Dobozy is one of the most accomplished interpreters of 18th-century music for keyed instruments. The programme of her concert now features Czech artists who left their native land at an early age, and created significant oeuvres elsewhere. Josef Antonín Štěpán became the clavier teacher of the imperial family in Vienna, and was an important composer of the transitory period between Baroque and Classicism. He composed three volumes of songs with German lyrics, which were widely popular. The freshness and folkish simplicity of his writing was to influence Schubert’s art of the lieder.
Jan Dismas Zelenka was one of the most original, most significant Czech masters of the Baroque period. Bach and Telemann were among those great contemporaries who admired his command of the counterpoint, his harmonic inventiveness, and distinctive orchestration.
Always receptive of new ideas, keen on experimentation, and owning an original voice, Georg Anton (Jiří Antonín) Benda was a versatile composer who owes his standing in musical history chiefly to his four melodramas, which are the finest examples of the genre. He was already widely acclaimed in his own life-time, with Mozart calling him his favourite composer.

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