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UMS Concert Program, January 15, 2014 - January 30, 2014 - Colin Stetson; Kronos Quartet; Denis Matsuev; Fred Hersch Trio

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SUnday Afternoon, January 26, 2014 at 4:00 Hill Auditorium' Ann Arbor
43rd Performance of the 135th Anruai. Season 135th Annual Choral Union Series
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SNAPSHOTS OF HISTORY... IN 1794: • Robespierre's reign of terror in France: ends in )Iiy
when Robespiooe is arrested and executed • Thomas Pai1e po.btishes the first P"!
• Beethoven 'Miles lis Piano Trios, Op. 1 • Goetroand Schiller, the two groat ~man classic
poets, meet and establish ther 1I'ienct.h'p • WlUiam Blake makes his famous etdl'ng The Andert
Franz Joseph Haydn in his 60s was more youthful in spirit t han many artists half hisage.StimulatedbythecityofLondon that was then asitisnow,one of the great musical centers of the world he reached thesummitofalifetimeofcreativework. His most significant ac hievements from this pericxl include. next to a magnificent set of 12 symphonies. three piano sonatas (in C. 0 , and E-flat) written for Therese Jansen, a young German-born pianist who had studied with the famous Muzio Clementi and later enjoyed a successful career in England. Just as Haydn wrote
no more symphonies after the London set. t he sonatas written for Jansen also remained t he last ones he ever composed.
The E-flat Major sonata is one of Haydn's most technically demanding keyboard works, and it is also one of the most harmonically advanced. The lush seven-voice chords at the outset immediately announce a grandiose work, and the continuation is worthy of that opening in every respect. Brilliant figurations. sharply profiled rhythms,
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t he entire first movement. The second- movement NAdagio· is written in E Major. This is an entirely unheard-of move from the sonata's main key of E-flat. made even more significant by the fact that E Major already appears. equally unexpectedly, in the development section of the first movement. These two incursions of the same distant key show a degree of tonal planningthatisalmostwithoutparallelin the18thcentury.
These two weighty statements are followed by a presto finale that seems more light-hearted on the surface yet is not without its own harmonic surprises. All in alL this sonata shows what can happen if a genius consciously sets out to surpass himself.
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The idea that an extended piano piece could take the form of a set of short vignettes (as opposed to t he stricter forms of sonata or variation) was a quintessentially Romantic one, and found its first major exponent in the young Robert Schumann. In his celebrated Cornoval - one of several such cycles - Schumann offered an entire panorama of t hecharacterspopulatinghispersonaland artistic universe. That universe included girls who attracted him, great artists who inspired him. and the contradictory emotions - even conflicting personalities - thatinhabitedhissoul
To proceed in that order: the most important woman in Schumann's life during 1834-35 was Ernestine von Fricken. whom he described in a letter as Na splendidly pure. child-like spirit tender and thoughtful with the most heartfelt loveformeandallthingsrelatedtoart-in shortallIcouldwishforinawife:Fricken providedSchumannwith the musical idea
motifs figure prominently in the work. Schumann even included them. as well as a t hird motif derived from t he first as musical Nsphinxes· in the score, noting that they should not beplayed
Schumann and Fricken became engaged in September 1834, though Schumann later broke off the engagement when he learned that Fricken was an illegitimate child. In any eventthe15-year-oldClaraWieck- the prodigiously gifted daughter of his. and Fricken's, piano teacher - had by then appeared on Schumann's horizon (or rather re-appeared since Schumann had already known her as a child). By the end of 1835, t heir friendship had definitely started to grow into something more.
These were also the years when Schumann's artistic and literary activities developedbyleapsandbounds.Hefounded a musical journal t he Neue Zeitschrift fUr Musil ," • that tied all the movements of Cornoval
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One of Tchaikovsky's most substantial piano works, Dumka is a set of variations on a dumka melody . Dumkas are Slavic folksongsof elegiac character,bestknown in art music from the works of Antonin Dvofak.Tchaikovsky's Dumko starts and ends with a simple statement of the main melody; in between are a considerable number of virtuosic episodes, a brilliant cadenza anda powerful climax.
Inwhat would turn out to be the last year ofhis life Tchaikovsky took time out ofcomposinghisPothetiqueSymphonyto
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