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Rafael Fingerlos

Rafael Fingerlos © Theresa Pewal

Tschejefem

Tschejefem © Marco-Riebler

Sascha El Mouissi

Sascha El Mouissi © Saleh Rozati

Fingerlos / El Mouissi / Tschejefem / Dangl

Friday 3 November 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:35
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Rafael Fingerlos, Gesang, Diatonische Harmonika

Sascha El Mouissi, Klavier

Tschejefem

Johanna Dumfart, Diatonische Harmonika, Gitarre, Gesang

Michael Dumfart, Klarinette, Bassklarinette, Gesang

Fabian Steindl, Zither, Gitarre, Kontrabass

Michael Dangl, Lesung

Programme

»Franz Schubert und die Volksmusik«
Idee & Konzeption: Franz Welser-Möst und Rafael Fingerlos

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Zugabe:

Franz Schubert

Abschied von der Erde. Melodrama D 829 (1825–1826)

Johanna Dumfart

Flo-Boarisch

Johannes Brahms

Da unten im Tale WoO 33/6 (49 deutsche Volkslieder, 1. Buch) (1894)

Klaus Karl

Harfen‐Boarisch

Links https://dangl.univer.se
http://www.rafaelfingerlos.com
https://www.saschaelmouissi.com

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

FRANZ. - Schubert and folk music

The genre in which Franz Schubert most clearly strikes a »folk tone« often only vaguely and sweepingly attributed to him is - not surprisingly - dance music. Schubert left behind more than 500 piano dances, which are truly among the most »singable« of his instrumental music. Conversely, his songs sometimes (the most famous example is probably »Der Lindenbaum«) invaded the folk song repertoire, where they took on a remarkable life of their own. As interpreters who let traditional folk music and instruments diffuse through Schubert's art songs and dances on a grand scale, singer Rafael Fingerlos, pianist Sascha El Mouissi and the multicultural folklore ensemble Tschejefem rearrange Schubert in a chamber music setting. Josefstadt favorite Michael Dangl reads from letters by the composer.
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