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Madness!

Cultural, Concert, Classical music in Cannes
  • CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH
    Symphony in E minor, Wq. 178 (H. 653) (1756)

    LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
    Concerto No. 4 for piano and orchestra in G major, Op. 58 (1806)

    FRIEDRICH GULDA
    Concerto for Cello and Wind Orchestra, op. 129 (1980)

    Gulda's Cello Concerto is a real musical foil, characterised by a wry humour and extravagant freedom, ranging from Bavarian fanfare to rock'n'roll, bordering on the delirious, which will disconcert many. If Beethoven described himself as a "poet of...
    CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH
    Symphony in E minor, Wq. 178 (H. 653) (1756)

    LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
    Concerto No. 4 for piano and orchestra in G major, Op. 58 (1806)

    FRIEDRICH GULDA
    Concerto for Cello and Wind Orchestra, op. 129 (1980)

    Gulda's Cello Concerto is a real musical foil, characterised by a wry humour and extravagant freedom, ranging from Bavarian fanfare to rock'n'roll, bordering on the delirious, which will disconcert many. If Beethoven described himself as a "poet of sounds", his music bears witness in many respects to an energy and abundance bordering on madness; in Beethoven, virtuosity serves his inexhaustible fantasy.

    The somewhat rebellious son of J.S. Bach, C.P.E. Bach tried to break free of all limitations in his musical conception and had a decisive influence on the definition of the classical style.

    With the support of The Packard Humanities Institute

    Benjamin Levy - Director
    Anastasia Kobekina - Cello
    Nino Gvetadze - Piano

    Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
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    • French
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  • On October 21, 2022 at 8:00 PM