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03 October 2020
Dresden
(Germany)
 

Cinematic music, music & film
Ensemble der Dresdner Philharmonie conducted by Jonathan Stockhammer - Philharmonie im Kulturpalast, Konzertsaal


Program Info:
In the early 1990s, Wolfgang H. Scholz made the extremely poetic film “Schatten-seeker”, which traced the history of Dresden's Schillerplatz. At that time Rainer Promnitz wrote the music for the film. Both will condense their material into a new music-film version. Georg Katzer's ›Scene‹ for chamber ensemble applies Goethe's expressions of incomprehension for the current music of the time to his own presence. Paul Dessau's ›In memoriam Bertolt Brecht‹ is one of the most radical compositions that were made in East Germany at that time. Hanns Eisler's “Fourteen Ways to Describe the Rain” is best known as highly virtuoso chamber music. This work was originally created for the film ›Regen‹ by Joris Ivens. We present the music live to the film.

Part I
Rainer Promnitz
Schattensucher (Treasure seeker)
Music live for the film by Wolfgang H. Scholz (1994/2019)
Premiere of the new version
Georg Katzer
Scene for chamber ensemble (1975)

Part II
Paul Dessau
›In memoriam Bertolt Brecht‹ (1957)
Version for chamber ensemble by Rainer Promnitz (2019)
premiere
Hanns Eisler
›Fourteen ways to describe the rain‹ for chamber ensemble
live to the film by Joris Ivens (1929/31)


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