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tue 25 feb 2020 10:00 

Today: Folk Songs Ia: Op. 108, WoO 152 and WoO 154

All works by Ludwig van Beethoven.

1.
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 elfin fairies from: 12 Irish Songs WoO 154 no. 1
d. Oh who, my dear Dermot from: 12 Irish Songs WoO 154 no. 5
e. The return to Ulster from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 1
f. The morning air plays on my face from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 4
g. Faithfu’ Johnie from: 25 Scottish Songs op. 108 no. 20

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

2. Bagatelle in C, Lustig-Traurig, Wo0 54

Jeno Jandó, piano

3.
a. Hide not thy anguish. from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 16
b. They bid me slight my Dermot dear. from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 18
c. From Garyone, my happy home. from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 22
d. Oh harp of Erin. from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 25
e. Once more I hail thee. from: 25 Irish Songs WoO 152 no. 3

Dorothee Wohlgemuth, Georg Poplutz,
Martin Haunhorst, Bernhard Schwarz, Rainer Maria Klaas

4. Minuet in F, WoO 217.

Ronald Brautigam, fortepiano.

5.
a. Music, love, and wine. from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 1
b. Sympathy. from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 10
c. Oh! thou art the lad. from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 11
d. Oh, had my fate. from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 12

Renate Kramer, Ingeborg Springer, Eberhard Büchner, Günther Leib,
Reinhard Ulbricht, violin; Joachim Bischof, cello; Eva Ander, piano

6. Ecossaise, in G, WoO 23, piano arrangement of a piece for  Military band.

Peter Kranen, piano

7.
a. Could this ill world. from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 16
b. O Mary, at thy window be. from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 17
c. Enchantress, farewell. from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 18
d. O swiftly glides the bonny boat. from: 25 Scottish Songs Op. 108 no. 19

Renate Kramer, Eberhard Büchner, Günther Leib,
Reinhard Ulbricht, violin; Joachim Bischof, cello; Eva Ander, piano

8. Waltz in E flat, WoO 84.

Ronald Brautigam, fortepiano.

 

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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