ニセコクラシックコンサートのプログラム

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お待たせをいたしました。
今週末のニセコクラシックコンサートのプログラムが、カルテットメンバーから届きました。

*ミニコンサート* (2月2日および2月4日) 

-Dohnanyi: Serenade for String Trio, 1st movement only, ドホナーニ:弦楽三重奏のための セレナーデ第1楽章 (5 min.)
-いずみたく:見上げてごらん夜の星を (3 min.)
-Studio Ghibli/ひさいし – もののけ姫 (5 min.)
-Studio Ghibli/ひさいし – 海の見える街 (3 min.)
-Beatles: Yesterday  ビートルズ:イエスタデイ(5 min.)
-Japanese folk song medley  日本の”フォークソング”メドレー(10 min.)
-Encore:アンコール♪

*フルコンサート*(2月3日 有島記念館およびワイスホテル 内容は2会場で若干変わります)

-Japanese folk song medley,日本の”フォークソング”メドレー (10 min.)
-Ferroud: Bergere Captive for solo flute フェルー:フルート独奏「恋する女羊飼い」 (3 min.)
-Dohnanyi: Serenade for String Trio, 1st, 2nd, 5th mvmts. ドホナーニ:弦楽三重奏のための セレナーデ第1,2,5楽章 (15 min.)
-Beethoven: Serenade for Flute, Violin, Viola, 1st and 5th mvmts. ベートーベン:セレナーデ 第1,5楽章(10 min.)
-Villa-Lobos: Duo for Flute and Cello, 1st mvmt  ヴィラ=ロボス:フルートとチェロのデュエット (3 min.)
-Mozart: Quartet for Flute, Violin, Viola, Cello, complete モーツアルト:カルテット(15 min.)
-Encore: ♪

どうぞお楽しみに!

(プログラムの一部は、予告なく変更になることがあります。ご了承ください。)

#Introduction of some pieces.

E. Dohnanyi: Serenade for string trio
Ernst von Dohnanyi was a rising star in the musical world of Hungry in the early 20th century. Praised by Brahms and Bartok, his music has both the dark contrapuntal sound of late 19th century Germany as well as the flair and virtuosity of Hungarian folk music. Dohnanyi composed the Serenade for String Trio in 1904. With five movements including a march-like opening movement it models earlier serenades, like the one by Beethoven. We will be playing the first, second, and last movements; a bright march, a beautiful romance, and a fun and whimsical rondo.

Pierre-Octave Ferroud: Bergére Captive for solo flute
Bergére Captive means the Captive Shepherd. It is the first piece of three little solo pieces by Pierre-Octave Ferroud. He was a very active and talented french composer but died very tragically in a car crash when he was only 36. This piece he wrote when he was only 21. It is one of the pieces that Melkorka will be performing in the Kobe International Flute Competition in March this year.

Beethoven: Serenade for flute, violin and viola
Beethoven usually did not write chamber music specifically for flute. Some pieces were written in such a way that one could play the part on either a flute or a violin, whatever was lying around the house! But this Serenade has both flute and violin and is also unusual because there is no cello and the viola is left with the bass part. This makes the piece sound very light and happy. Serenades were common at the time of Haydn and Mozart and written for small settings like we have here today. This piece sounds very classical in style, like it could be written by Mozart. We are playing the first movement and the last two movements of the Serenade. The first movement is marked; Entrada, to indicate that it is played when an important person walks through the door. So we shall see if someone comes when we play!

Mozart: Flute quartet in D major
Mozart was 21, like Ferroud, when he wrote the quartet in D for flute, violin, viola and cello. A rich amateur flutist, Ferdinand de Jean, ordered from Mozart in December 1777, three short concertos and two quartets, to be completed in two months. But Mozart had trouble finishing it and he never got paid the whole amount for the order. Two concertos and two quartets was all he wrote for the flute and some people say that he never wanted to write flute music again after that. But we are lucky to have this beautiful piece that we will perform today.

Heitor Villa-Lobos: A movement from the Jet Whistle
The Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos learned the clarinet and cello from his father when he was a child, but then he mainly played in bands and theater groups and was self-educated in music. When he was 18 he went traveling in the Amazon and got a lot of inspiration from traditional and folk music. He then became famous very quickly and traveled to Paris, where he met Ravel, Stravinsky and Prokofiev and received the most acclaim any Brazilian composer has had internationally. But he never forgot his background, the street bands of Rio and the folk music from the Amazon.

Here comes the program for the Niseko Classical concerts this weekend from our musicians.

*Short Program* ( 2 & 4 Feb)
-Dohnanyi: Serenade for String Trio, 1st movement only, (5 min.)
-Taku Izumi:Miagete goran yoru no hoshi wo (3 min.)
-Studio Ghibli/ Hisaishi Yuzuru –Mononoke hime (5 min.)
-Studio Ghibli/ Hisaishi Yuzuru – Umi no mieru machi (3 min.)
-Beatles: Yesterday (5 min.)
-Japanese folk song medley (10 min.)
-Encore:♪

*Long Program* (For both concerts on 3 Feb,possibly with little variation.) 
-Japanese folk song medley, (10 min.)
-Ferroud: Bergere Captive for solo flute (3 min.)
-Dohnanyi: Serenade for String Trio, 1st, 2nd, 5th mvmts. (15 min.)
-Beethoven: Serenade for Flute, Violin, Viola, 1st and 5th mvmts. (10 min.)
-Villa-Lobos: Duo for Flute and Cello, 1st mvmt (3 min.)
-Mozart: Quartet for Flute, Violin, Viola, Cello, complete (15 min.)
-Encore:♪

Enjoy♪

*Programs may be changed without notice.Thank you.

#Introduction of some pieces.

E. Dohnanyi: Serenade for string trio
Ernst von Dohnanyi was a rising star in the musical world of Hungry in the early 20th century. Praised by Brahms and Bartok, his music has both the dark contrapuntal sound of late 19th century Germany as well as the flair and virtuosity of Hungarian folk music. Dohnanyi composed the Serenade for String Trio in 1904. With five movements including a march-like opening movement it models earlier serenades, like the one by Beethoven. We will be playing the first, second, and last movements; a bright march, a beautiful romance, and a fun and whimsical rondo.

Pierre-Octave Ferroud: Bergére Captive for solo flute
Bergére Captive means the Captive Shepherd. It is the first piece of three little solo pieces by Pierre-Octave Ferroud. He was a very active and talented french composer but died very tragically in a car crash when he was only 36. This piece he wrote when he was only 21. It is one of the pieces that Melkorka will be performing in the Kobe International Flute Competition in March this year.

Beethoven: Serenade for flute, violin and viola
Beethoven usually did not write chamber music specifically for flute. Some pieces were written in such a way that one could play the part on either a flute or a violin, whatever was lying around the house! But this Serenade has both flute and violin and is also unusual because there is no cello and the viola is left with the bass part. This makes the piece sound very light and happy. Serenades were common at the time of Haydn and Mozart and written for small settings like we have here today. This piece sounds very classical in style, like it could be written by Mozart. We are playing the first movement and the last two movements of the Serenade. The first movement is marked; Entrada, to indicate that it is played when an important person walks through the door. So we shall see if someone comes when we play!

Mozart: Flute quartet in D major
Mozart was 21, like Ferroud, when he wrote the quartet in D for flute, violin, viola and cello. A rich amateur flutist, Ferdinand de Jean, ordered from Mozart in December 1777, three short concertos and two quartets, to be completed in two months. But Mozart had trouble finishing it and he never got paid the whole amount for the order. Two concertos and two quartets was all he wrote for the flute and some people say that he never wanted to write flute music again after that. But we are lucky to have this beautiful piece that we will perform today.

Heitor Villa-Lobos: A movement from the Jet Whistle
The Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos learned the clarinet and cello from his father when he was a child, but then he mainly played in bands and theater groups and was self-educated in music. When he was 18 he went traveling in the Amazon and got a lot of inspiration from traditional and folk music. He then became famous very quickly and traveled to Paris, where he met Ravel, Stravinsky and Prokofiev and received the most acclaim any Brazilian composer has had internationally. But he never forgot his background, the street bands of Rio and the folk music from the Amazon.