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The Chinese Flute
Junge Philharmonie Wien, Yuanming Song, Elisabeth Stemberg, Marlen Bieber, Michael Lessky
Concert
Arnold Schönberg Center
Tuesday, 03 September 2024
6.30 pm
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Junge Philharmonie Wien
Yuanming Song soprano
Elisabeth Stemberg soprano
Marlen Bieber alto
Michael Lessky conductor

Arnold SCHÖNBERG Nachtwandler; Herzgewächse op. 20; Sechs Orchesterlieder op. 8/1 (arr. Hanns Eisler); Du sendest mir einen Liebesblick from: Gurre-Lieder (arr. Michael Lessky)
Anton WEBERN Die Einsame op. 13/2; In der Fremde; op. 13/3; Die geheimnisvolle Flöte op. 12/2 (arr. Thomas Pernes)
Franz SCHUBERT Geheimes D 719 (arr. Johannes Brahms)
Gustav MAHLER Der Abschied aus: Das Lied von der Erde (arr. Arnold Schönberg/Rainer Riehn)

Tickets € 14 | Free admission for persons under 26 years
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Hans Bethge’s collection of poems “The Chinese Flute” was an early twentieth-century bestseller that inspired numerous composers to write new works – the most notable example being Gustav Mahler’s symphonic cycle “Das Lied von der Erde,” whose finale constitutes the highlight of this concert. The half-hour movement is complemented by Anton Webern’s Lieder on texts by Bethge as well as Lieder for chamber ensemble by Arnold Schönberg and Franz Schubert.

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