JOAN MAGRANÉ: Obreda (2020) 17′
FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN: Symphony no. 49 en m The passion (1768) 22′
ALEXANDER ZEMLINSKY: Lyrische Symphony (Lyric Symphony), op. 18 (1922-23) 50 '
Franz Joseph Haydn's Symphony 49, known as The passion, is one of the most representative works of the period Sturm und Drang (Storm and thrust) of the composer, characterized by an intense and vigorous expressiveness. The symphony has a structure that takes the model of the church sonatas baroque, four movements in the same key headed by a slow time and of a gloomy and elegiac character.
The music of the Austrian Alexander Zemlinsky is based on the harmonic and formal universe of the latest works by Johannes Brahms and Gustav Mahler. Close to the concerns of the Second Vienna School, although without embracing the most daring aesthetic postulates, the famous Lyrical symphony use textThe gardener, by Rabindranath Tagore, for a colossal seven-movement symphonic canvas with two vocal soloists.
Lead the concert Obreda, by Joan Magrané. Titled from the homonymous text of Perejaume, the poetic idea of a grove of works it shapes a sound space as a metaphor for human nature and action.