Hillebrand. Richter. Prégardien. Hasselhorn. Bushakevitz. Huber
Brahms, who chose to live in Vienna, created his first waltzes for piano four hands. In the "Liebesliederwalzern" and the "Neue Liebeslieder", which sometimes deal with love in a humorous, sometimes ironic, then again in a very serious way, four singing voices joined in. These vocal quartets in three-four time, audibly created in a happy mood, unite here four young, "Frühling"-experienced singers who are just eager to perform them together. By the way: The public premiere of the first series of "Liebesliederwalzer" may has taken place 155 years ago – two months before the Viennese premiere – in Heidelberg.
Concert without intermission
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