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Program

Feb 18, 2011 7:30 PM

Tine Thing Helseth & Håvard Gimse

Classical music concert at Weill Recital Hall. Tine Thing Helseth - Trumpet, Håvard Gimse - piano

Tine Thing Helseth, Trumpet
New York Recital Debut
Håvard Gimse, Piano

Weill Recital Hall, 881 7th Avenue, NYC
Friday, February 18, 2011 at 7:30 PM


This concert is part of the Distinctive Debuts series.

Tickets from $36

BOHUSLAV MARTINŮ Sonatina for Trumpet and Piano
GEORGE ENESCU Légende
ROLF WALLIN New Work (US Premiere)
PAUL HINDEMITH Sonata for Trumpet and Piano
EDVARD GRIEG Haugtussa, Op. 67 (transcribed for Trumpet and Piano)
EDVARD GRIEG Cradle Song, Op. 41, No. 1
EDVARD GRIEG A Mother's Grief
EDVARD GRIEG The Poet's Heart
MANUEL DE FALLA Siete canciones populares españolas

At a Glance

BOHUSLAV MARTINŮ
Sonatina for Trumpet and Piano

Prolific Czech composer Martinů’s Sonatina exemplifies his ability to incorporate a variety of influences into one lively work.

GEORGE ENESCU
Légende

Composed as a “test-piece” for conservatory students, Enescu’s work demands both technical agility and a lyrical tone. 

ROLF WALLIN
Here

Contemporary Norwegian composer Wallin wrote Here specifically for this performance. It celebrates the concert hall’s lasting ability to provide a sanctuary for the ever-distracted mind.

PAUL HINDEMITH
Sonata for Trumpet and Piano

A staple in the trumpet repertoire, Hindemith’s sonata is indicative of his aptitude for writing idiomatically for all instruments of the orchestra.

EDVARD GRIEG
Haugtussa

Grieg’s beloved song cycle about a rural Norwegian maiden is performed in a transcription for trumpet and piano.

EDVARD GRIEG
A Cradle Song; A Mother’s Grief; The Poet’s Heart

These three piano miniatures, originally published as vocal works, demonstrate Grieg’s melding of the German Romantic style with the simplicity of Norwegian folk music.

MANUEL DE FALLA
Siete canciones populares españolas

De Falla wrote his Seven Popular Spanish Songs just as he was beginning to develop his unique compositional voice, which merged French impressionism with traditional Spanish music.

Venue:

Carnegie Hall - Weill Recital Hall

Date

Feb 18, 2011 7:30 PM

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