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Klavierabend Alexandre Tharaud

»à la française«

Sunday 14 January 2024



Alexandre Tharaud, Klavier


François Couperin

Les Barricades mystérieuses (Pièces de clavecin Second Livre, 6e Ordre) (1716–1717))

Les Calotines (Pièces de Clavecin Troisième Livre, 19e Ordre) (1722))

Les Roseaux (Pièces de Clavecin Troisième Livre, 13e Ordre) (1722))

Le Dodo ou l'Amour au berceau (Pièces de Clavecin Troisième Livre, 15e Ordre) (1722))

Le Carillon de Cythère (Pièces de Clavecin Troisième Livre, 14e Ordre) (1722))

La Logivière. Allemande (Pièces de Clavecin Premier Livre, 5e Ordre) (1713))

Les ombres errantes (Pièces des clavecin Quatrième livre, 25e Ordre) (1730))

Passacaille h-moll (Pièces de clavecin Second Livre, 8e Ordre) (1716–1717))

Claude Debussy

Danseuses de Delphes (Douze Préludes, 1. Buch) (1909)

Le vent dans la plaine (Douze Préludes, 1. Buch) (1909)

Des pas sur la neige (Douze Préludes, 1. Buch) (1909)

La fille aux cheveux de lin (Douze Préludes, 1. Buch) (1910)

La cathédrale engloutie (Douze Préludes, 1. Buch) (1909–1910)

Ce qu'a vu le vent d'ouest (Douze Préludes, 1. Buch) (1909–1910)


Erik Satie

Première Gymnopédie (1888)

Avant-dernières pensées (1915)

La Diva de l'Empire (1900 ca.)

Première Gnossienne (1890)

Troisième Gnossienne (1890)

Quatrième Gnossienne (1890)

Je te veux. Valse chantée (1900)

Maurice Ravel

A la manière de Chabrier (1913)

Pavane pour une infante défunte (1899/1910)

La valse. Poème chorégraphique (Bearbeitung: Alexandre Tharaud) (1919–1920)



Johann Sebastian Bach

2. Satz: Siciliano (Sonate Es-Dur BWV 1031 für Flöte und Cembalo) (Bearbeitung: Alexandre Tharaud) (1730 ca.)

Norbert Glanzberg

Padam Padam (Bearbeitung: Alexandre Tharaud) (1948)

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Debut in the »Klavier im Mozart-Saal« cycle: Alexandre Tharaud

Under the motto »à la française«, Paris-born Alexandre Tharaud invites you to his first solo recital in the Mozart Hall: Born in the French metropolis in 1968, the pianist completed his training at the Conservatoire there and was awarded First Prize for piano at the age of just seventeen. His mentors included Leon Fleisher and Nikita Magaloff. The pianist has made a name for himself internationally with his expertise in French repertoire: in 2001 he recorded Jean-Philippe Rameau's harpsichord suites and his complete recording of Maurice Ravel's piano oeuvre has won several awards. In 2009, Tharaud turned to an exceptional figure of the decades around 1900, Erik Satie. In his second appearance at the Wiener Konzerthaus, he interprets works by this composer and spans the programmatic arc from French Baroque to Impressionism with a selection of Claude Debussy's Préludes.

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