David Hoose & NTSO - Illusions of the Lake and the Sea
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David Hoose & NTSO - Illusions of the Lake and the Sea

Session Information

Number of Sessions Venue Musician/Performer
2020/11/27(Fri.)19:30 Chiayi City Concert Hall(Concert postponed) googleMap連結 Chiayi City Concert Hall  大衛.胡斯 David Hoose (20/21)
2020/11/28(Sat.)19:30 NTSO Concert Hall(Concert postponed) googleMap連結 NTSO Concert Hall  大衛.胡斯 David Hoose (20/21)
2021/6/5(Sat.)19:30 Chiayi City Concert Hall googleMap連結 Chiayi City Concert Hall  大衛.胡斯 David Hoose (20/21)
2021/6/6(Sun.)14:30 NTSO Concert Hall googleMap連結 NTSO Concert Hall  大衛.胡斯 David Hoose (20/21)

Event Details

NTSO 2020/21 Season
David Hoose & NTSO - Illusions of the Lake and the Sea

2021/6/5(Sat.)19:30 Chiayi City Concert Hall

2021/6/6(Sun.)14:30 NTSO Concert Hall

Conductor: David Hoose

Program
A. K. Lyadov: Enchanted Lake, Op. 62
B. Britten: Four Sea Interludes
E. Elgar: Symphony No. 1 in A-flat Major, Op. 55

About 110 min.

Price
Chiayi 300、500、800
Taichung 300、500、800、1000

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Carrying on the delicate harmonies and musical quality of The Five, Russian composer Lyadov's "Enchanted Lake" (1908-1909) is very similar to Debussy's "La Mer" (1904-1905). "Enchanted Lake" is not a description of a water scene; rather, it is a yearning for a faraway, legend-like illusion.

English composer Britten selected four interludes from his opera masterpiece "Peter Grimes" (1945) and rearranged them into the "Four Sea Interludes" for orchestra. The atmosphere of the music in the original opera changes with the transitions of the sky and sea, and the rise and fall of tragic emotions.

Born in the mid 19th century and passed away before WWII, English composer Elgar lived through the decline of the British Empire from its golden ages. His "Symphony No. 1", which was completed before WWI, aims to display the strength and glory of this powerful empire at its heyday. The first movement starts with the mark of expression "nobilimente", setting the tone for the composer’s interpretation of "The empire on which the sun never sets".

 

Update:2020/10/13