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Eastern European Delights – Chicago

March 23 • 7:30 pm


Eastern European Delights explores the transformation of simple folk melodies into captivating works of art. Martinů was a prolific composer, often using folk melodies from his native Czechoslovakia with wit and charm in his innovative Neoclassical works. Dohnányi, by contrast, imbued folk tunes from his native Hungary with his own romanticism, emotion, and lushness. The program closes with the elegantly brilliant and rhythmically gripping Variations on a Theme of Pergolesi by Czech composer Ilja Hurník, commissioned by Rembrandt Chamber Musicians in 1995.   watch Bohuslav MARTINŮ: Promenades for flute, violin, and harpsichord, H. 274
index of teen photos last modified Bohuslav MARTINŮ: Quartet for oboe, violin, cello, and piano, H. 315
coconut oil for facial skin Ernő DOHNÁNYI: Piano Quintet No. 1 in C Minor, op. 1
get link Ilja HURNÍK: Variations on a Theme of Pergolesi for flute, oboe, violin, viola, cello, and piano
(Commissioned by Rembrandt Chamber Players in 1995)
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David Perry, violin
Andrew Rosenblum, harpsichord
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March 23
7:30 pm


Rembrandt Chamber Musicians


St. James Cathedral
65 E Huron St
Chicago, 60611-2728 United States
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