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"Musical Experiments" - Summer Concert

Richard Strauss and Friedrich Gulda - two pioneers of their time


21.06.2024 at 19:30 o'clock
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Even a talented composer like Richard Strauss first had to find his musical language. It was not uncommon for him to "experiment" a bit. For example, in his two early works such as the "Serenade in E flat major, op-7" (for 13 winds) or in the "Suite in B flat major, 0p. 4". Friedrich Gulda, on the other hand, went his own way. Whether it was his appearance (he always wore a hat) or his music - influenced by jazz and funk. Gulda was an exceptional figure in every respect, who was able to provoke as well as fascinate. One of his best-known works is the "Concerto for Cello and Wind Orchestra", which, also due to the special instrumentation, could hardly be more spectacular. In the summer concert of the Kammerphilharmonie, Strauss and Gulda now meet and impressively show with their works that musical experiments can sometimes pay off.

Karolina Öhman, Cello
Philippe Bach, Conductor
Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra of the Grisons

Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
- Serenade in E flat major, op. 7 (for 13 winds)
- Suite in B flat major, op. 4
Friedrich Gulda (1930-2000)
Concerto for Cello and Wind Band


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