Lan Shui, Cho-Liang Lin/The Beauty of the Grand and the Magnificent
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Lan Shui, Cho-Liang Lin/The Beauty of the Grand and the Magnificent

Session Information

Number of Sessions Venue Musician/Performer
2020/12/25(Fri.)19:30 National Concert Hall googleMap連結  National Concert Hall  水藍 Lan Shui (20/21)
林昭亮 Cho-Liang Lin (20/21)
2020/12/26(Sat.)19:30 Concert Hall of National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying) googleMap連結 Concert Hall of National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying)  水藍 Lan Shui (20/21)
林昭亮 Cho-Liang Lin (20/21)

Event Details

NTSO 2020/21 Season
Lan Shui, Cho-Liang Lin/The Beauty of the Grand and the Magnificent

2020/12/25(Fri.)19:30 National Concert Hall

2020/12/26(Sat.)19:30 Concert Hall of National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying)

Conductor: Lan Shui

Violin: Cho-Liang Lin

Program
J. Brahms: Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 77
R. Strauss: Eine Alpensinfonie, Op. 64

About 100 min.

Price
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Brahms completed his “Violin Concerto in D Major” (1878) in the small town of Pörtschach by Wörthersee in Austria. This composition fully displays the spirit of Beethoven's concertos: the orchestra is not limited to the role of accompaniment but actually takes the lead, while the principle violin glides high on top of the orchestra. The orchestra is so prominent, the piece is more like a symphony than a concerto. Furthermore, concertos usually are an opportunity for musicians to show off their impressive skills, but this is unseen in this composition. Instead, the music is deep, dark, and brooding.

Richard Strauss transformed his experience of a day’s trip in the Alps in Bavaria into the grand "Eine Alpensinfonie" (1911-1915). The entire composition has four movements, just like a symphony, and describes his journey in the mountains in one flowing, cohesive breath: starting from night to sunrise, climbing to the mountain top then descending, and the eventual arrival of sunset and evening. The large-scale orchestra allows Strauss to intrepidly use bold harmonies in his work, and the colorful and unique sounds showcase the majestic, glorious, and mysterious scenery of nature.

 

 

Update:2020/9/15