Uno, dos y tres - CRESCENDO


Uno, dos y tres - CRESCENDO

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) ‘Adagio’ from Sonata No. 1 in G minor for violin solo, BWV 1001
Jesús Reina violin
Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Sonata No. 3 in D minor for violin and piano, Op. 108
Jesús Reina violin / Josu de Solaun piano

Francis Poulenc (1899 - 1963) ‘Montparnasse’, FP 127, No.1
                                                   ‘Hyde Park’ from Deux Mélodies de Guillaume Apollinaire, FP 128
                                                   ‘Bluet’, FP 102
Gabriel Fauré (1845 - 1924) ’Au bord de l’eau’, Op. 8 No.1
Reynaldo Hahn (1874 - 1947) ‘Si mes vers avaient des ailes’
                                                  ‘L’Heure exquise’ from 7 Chansons grises
Nils Nilsen tenor / Josu de Solaun piano
Gaspar Cassadó (1897 - 1966) Piano trio in C major
Anna Margrethe Nilsen violin / Gabriel Ureña cello / Antonio Ortíz piano

1.30 h (w/out intermission)

 Program (PDF es / en) 
 (Presentation, Málaga Clásica Talents, bios) 

In the musical structure, the crescendo is considered as a new door, as the beginning of a long journey, as the deepest part and lowest point of a phrase from which everything expands. That is why this crescendo begins with a single instrument. Although in a chamber group of more components, one is the extension of the other, when it comes to a single instrument, a register is the extension of the previous one. The speech takes the form of dialogue in the lesser performed 'Sonata no. 2' by Brahms, a youthful and melodious musical jewel, and unfolds in the second part of the concert with the mysterious songs of Poulenc, Fauré and Hahn. Finally, the 'Piano trio', which maintains the essence of each instrument, also manages to merge them into a fiery work that highlights Cassadó's mastery.

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