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Long Live Beethoven!

mon 24 feb 2020 10:00 

Today, Evert Jan Nagtegaal in conversation with baritone Maarten Koningsberger about Ludwig van Beethoven’s adaptations of Irish and Scottish folk songs.

1. Robert Burns – Auld Lang Syne

Dougie MacLean

2. Ludwig van Beethoven – Come draw we round a cheerful ring from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 8

Maarten Koningsberger, baritone;
The Atlantic trio: Janneke van Prooijen, viool; Ansfried Plat, cello; Bas Verheijden, piano.

3. Ludwig van Beethoven – Auld Lang Syne from: 12 Scottish Songs WoO 156 no. 11

Rebekka Stöhr (Mezzo-Soprano), David Mulvenna Hamilton (Tenor), Manfred Bittner (Bass-Baritone);
Zsuzsa Zsizsmann, violin. Cornelius Boensch, cello. Michael Clark, piano.

4. Ludwig van Beethoven –
a. Sunset from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 2
b. Oh sweet were the hours from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 3
c. The sweetest lad was Jamie from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 5
d. Faithfu’ Johnie from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 20
e. Come fill, fill my good fellow from: Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 13

Maarten Koningsberger, baritone;
The Atlantic trio: Janneke van Prooijen, violin; Ansfried Plat, cello; Bas Verheijden, piano.

5. Trad. – Ikhav Kozak za Dunaj (Schöne Minka)

Leningrad Cowboys

6. Ludwig van Beethoven – Schöne Minka, Ich Muss Schneiden ‘Air Cosaque’ from: Songs of Various Nationalities: WoO 158a no. 16

Dorothee Wohlgemuth, soprano; Georg Poplutz, baritone;
Martin Haunhorst, violin; Bernard Schwartz, cello; Rainer Maria Klaas, piano

7. Ludwig van Beethoven – from: 10 Themes and variations for flute and piano, Op. 107 no. 7 – Russian Song

Jean-Pierre Rampal, fluit; Robert Veyron-Lacroix, piano.

8. Ludwig van Beethoven –
a. The morning air plays on my face from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 4
b. Thou emblem of faith from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 11
c. The return to Ulster from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 1
d. The elfin fairies from: 12 Irish Songs WoO 154 no. 1
e. Oh who, my dear Dermot from: 12 Irish Songs WoO 154 no. 5

Maarten Koningsberger, baritone;
The Atlantic trio: Janneke van Prooijen, violin; Ansfried Plat, cello; Bas Verheijden, piano.

 

In 2020 it will be 250 years since Ludwig van Beethoven was born. The Concertzender will tackle this with the ambitious plan to have all works broadcast at least once during the year. Every week from Monday to Friday between 10 am and 11 am, Beethoven takes center stage! 

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