Standpunkte | Le Sacre du Printemps
Usually you have to choose: either organ or piano. In this concert with Essen Cathedral organist Sebastian Küchler-Blessing and Rastatt pianist Frank Dupree, both instruments meet and complement each other. For example, in Rachmaninoff's great Paganini Rhapsody, which is actually intended for piano and orchestra, the familiar theme for the unaccompanied violin is given a sonorous makeover in 24 variations. Or in Bach's well-known F minor Concerto, which in the original also requires an orchestra for the soloist. Igor Stravinsky himself arranged his furious ballet music »Le Sacre du Printemps« for piano for four hands. By including the organ, this version clearly gains in colorfulness.
Concert without intermission (approx. 75 min)
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Frank Dupree Piano
Sebastian Küchler-Blessing Organ
Sergej Rachmaninow Rhapsody on a theme by Paganini op. 43
Johann Sebastian Bach Concerto No. 5 F Minor BWV 1056
Igor Strawinsky »Le Sacre du Printemps« (four-hand version by the composer) for organ and piano
No intermission (about 80 min)