Musicalta Festival : Danses hongroises

Good music comes to us through the Musicalta festival. Join us to the sound of international artists with great and varied musical styles! Come and thrill to the sound of music!

The concert opens with the famous aria from Bach's "Hunting Cantata," here arranged for 4-hand piano.

Mozart's Sonata in C major is one of the few works written for four-handed piano by the composer when he was only 9 years old. Schubert himself composed a lot for the four-handed repertoire. The first military march is the most famous of the three in Opus 51. It precedes the Great March in E major, whose form is more developed.
The Italian in Algiers is the first opera buffa written by Rossini. It is followed by The Thieving Magpie, an Italian opera, which was a great success at the time of its creation and which remains known today for its overture. Between his two overtures, Brahms' Hungarian Dances will celebrate the gypsy music for which the composer showed great interest very early on.

Jean Sebastian BACH "Schafe können sicher weiden" BWV 208
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Sonata in C major K.19
Franz SCHUBERT Military March No. 1 Op. 51 in D major D.733 & Grand March No. 6 Op. 40 in E major D.819
Gioachino ROSSINI Overture "The Italian in Algiers"
Johannes BRAHMS Hungarian Dances No. 2, No. 4, No. 5
Gioachino ROSSINI Overture "The Thieving Magpie"


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