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  • Anna Prohaska photo: Harald Hoffmann

    Anna Prohaska
  • Julius Drake photo: Marco Borggreve

    Julius Drake

Anna Prohaska «The Garden of Eve»

27.04.2020 20:00,

Salle de Musique de Chambre

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Anna Prohaska soprano
Julius Drake piano

Eve Awakens−Eve breathes life into God’s creation
Charles Ives: «Evening» (114 Songs)
Henry Purcell: «Sleep, Adam, and take thy rest» Z 195
Gabriel Fauré: «Paradis» (La Chanson dʼÈve op. 95)
Olivier Messiaen: «Bonjour toi, colombe verte» (Harawi, Chant d’amour et de mort)
Daniel-Lesur: «Ce quʼAdam dit à Ève» (Clair comme le jour)
Arcadia−Pastoral Idyll
Igor Stravinsky: «Pastorale»
Hugo Wolf: «Die Spröde» (Goethe-Lied N° 26)
Hugo Wolf: «Die Bekehrte» (Goethe-Lied N° 27)
Claude Debussy: «Apparition»
Playing with Fire−Eve and Evil−The Fall of Man
Johannes Brahms: «Salamander» (Fünf Lieder op. 107)
Aribert Reimann: «Gib mir den Apfel» (Kinderlieder)
Benjamin Britten: «A Poison Tree» (Songs and Proverbs of William Blake)
Hans Pfitzner: «Röschen biss den Apfel» (Alte Weisen)
Maurice Ravel: «Arrière! Je réchauffe les bons» (LʼEnfant et les sortilèges)
Sergueï Rachmaninov: «A-oo» (Six Romances op. 38)
Maurice Ravel: «Trois beaux oiseaux du paradis» (Trois Chansons)
Robert Schumann: «Jetzt sank des Abends gold’ner Schein» (Das Paradies und die Peri)
Franz Schubert: «Auflösung» D 807
Franz Schubert: «Abendstern» D 806
Richard Wagner: «Im Treibhaus» (Wesendonck-Lieder N° 3)
Robert Schumann: «Warte, warte, wilder Schiffmann» (Liederkreis op. 24)
Earthly Life
Hanns Eisler: «Jeden Morgen, mein Brot zu verdienen» (Fünf Hollywood-Elegien N° 3)
Hanns Eisler: «Diese Stadt hat mich belehrt» (Fünf Hollywood-Elegien N° 4)
Gustav Mahler: «Das irdische Leben» (Des Knaben Wunderhorn N° 5/Lieder, Humoresken und Balladen N° 6)
Benjamin Britten: «The Children» (Who Are These Children? N° 11)
George Crumb: «Wind Elegy» (Three Early Songs)
Leonard Bernstein: «Silhouette» for voice and piano

Paradise or garden of delight – religion and mythology have many names for that seemingly perfect place which Adam and Eve forever forfeited with their drive for knowledge. To this day, tales of that biblical place have lost none of their attractiveness for artists of all genres – composers and writers being no exception. Anna Prohaska, the soprano long associated with the Philharmonie and Artist in Residence during the 2017/18 season, has selected works from several centuries together with pianist Julius Drake: interweaving multiple layers of meaning and reference, the result is a sensuous and poetic portrayal of «Paradise Lost».

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