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Hojsa Constanz

Hojsa Constanz © Stephan Mussil

Palmisano Agnes

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Rudi Koschelu

Rudi Koschelu © Stephan Mussil

Hojsa, Hojsa & Koschelu / Schrammelbach feat. Agnes Palmisano & Albin Paulus

»Wienerlied, Schrammel & Bach«

Saturday 6 April 2024



Constanze Hojsa, Gesang

Tommy Hojsa, Akkordeon, Gesang

Rudi Koschelu, Kontragitarre, Gesang


Peter Hudler, Violoncello, Gesang

Andreas Teufel, Wiener Knopfharmonika, Gesang

Agnes Palmisano, Gesang

Albin Paulus, Maultrommel, Klarinette, Dudelsack, Gesang


»Wienerlied, Schrammel & Bach«

Walter Hojsa

Ich höre so gerne die Lieder aus Wien

Die oide Hüttn

Oskar Schima

Fesch muss geh'n

Jean Rinderspacher

Bis d'arme Seel in Himmel fliagt

Raimund Brettner

Wann d'Schrammeln anblasen san

Rudolf Kronegger

I hob di goa so gern

A Stückerl Alt-Wien


Ane von der Wäsche

C-Dur Landler

Pepi Wichart

Weanerisch!. Marsch

Ferry Andree

Amoi geht's no


Mei Bua der hot ma gschriebm


Johann Sebastian Bach

Quodlibet BWV 524 »Was sind das für große Schlösser« (1707)

Erbarme dich, mein Gott (Matthäuspassion BWV 244) (1727 vor)

Invention Nr. 14 B-Dur BWV 785 (1723)



Franz Schubert

Die Forelle D 550 (1817 ca.)

Johann Sebastian Bach

Komm süßer Tod, komm sel'ge Ruh' BWV 478 (G. C. Schemellis Musicalisches Gesang-Buch) (1736))

Agnes Palmisano, Helmut Stippich, Daniel Fuchsberger

Schdeam in Wean

Johann Schrammel

Wiener Heurigentänze

Andreas Teufel





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Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

In a little brook bright

He is considered a walking encyclopedia of Viennese songs: Rudi Koschelu. The friendly contract guitarist and singer should be familiar to all Viennese who like to visit rustic wine taverns from his countless appearances on the city's wine periphery. He never makes a fuss about his enormous knowledge of the genre, but lets it flow naturally into his inimitable performance. On this evening, he joins father and daughter Hojsa in a virtuoso trio in the Mozart Hall of the Vienna Konzerthaus, before Schrammelbach take the helm there. »Bach on the Quetsch'n«, that's also what Richard Galliano does, for example. But with Peter Hudler and Andreas Teufel it sounds completely different. Expect nothing less than »a quodlibet of Bach and båchanem Schrammel, of Bach preludes and Schrammelfugen, from old Viennese dance suites to satirical sacred, where even H. C. Artmann and J. S. Bach find each other«. The two gentlemen receive prominent reinforcement on this occasion from Dudler diva Agnes Palmisano and the astonishing multi-instrumentalist Albin Paulus.

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