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Camerata Salzburg 1 • Bach & Mozart

On the occasion of the 100th birthday of Sándor Végh


  • 02 August 2012, 16:00


JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Suite for Orchestra in D, BWV 1068

WOLFGANG A. MOZART Adagio for Violin und Orchestra in E, K. 261

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Suite for Cello, No. 3 in C major, BWV 1009

WOLFGANG A. MOZART Adagio for Piano in B minor, K. 540


WOLFGANG A. MOZART Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in G major, K. 453

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Ricercare a 6 from Musikalisches Opfer, BWV 1079

WOLFGANG A. MOZART Der Zauberer KV 472

WOLFGANG A. MOZART Sei du mein Trost, K. 391 (340b) –  poem by Johann Timotheus Hermes

WOLFGANG A. MOZART Das Veilchen, K. 476 – poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

WOLFGANG A. MOZART Adagio and Fugue in C minor, K. 546 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH Concerto for Piano and Strings in D minor, BWV 1052

WOLFGANG A. MOZART March No. 1  D major, K. 335 (K. 320a)

WOLFGANG A. MOZART Serenade in D major, K. 320 – “Posthorn Serenade”

WOLFGANG A. MOZART "Non temer, amato bene" – Rondo for soprano and obbligato violin, K. 490, for Idomeneo, K. 366

WOLFGANG A. MOZART "Parto, ma tu ben mio" - Aria of Sesto with obbligato basset clarinet from La clemenza di Tito, K. 621

WOLFGANG A. MOZART “Non temer, amato bene” – Recitative and Rondo for soprano, obbligato piano and orchestra, K. 505


End approx. 21.40

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Anna Prohaska, Soprano
Marie-Claude Chappuis, Mezzo-soprano
Erich Höbarth, Violin
Alexander Janiczek, Violin
Steven Isserlis, Cello
Jörg Widmann, Clarinet
András Schiff, Piano
Camerata Salzburg

SERIES "Camerata Salzburg"


The great “Austrian-Hungarian” violinist and conductor Sándor Végh would have been one hundred years old on May 17, 2012. After founding his famous Végh Quartet and giving major cyclical performances of the complete quartets of Beethoven and Bartók, he set new standards of interpretation starting in 1978 with his Camerata Academica Salzburg. In memory of the great musician who also made Festival history, such close friends and musical companions as Erich Höbarth, Steven Isserlis, Alexander Janiczek, András Schiff, Jörg Widmann and many others will perform two large-scale concerts, which will certainly make you forget time, offering fascinating juxtapositions of works by Bach and Mozart in one and Schubert and Bartók, another friend of Végh’s, in the other. Furthermore, three master courses are devoted to the memory of Sándor Végh, who passed away 15 years ago: master students of the International Musicians Seminar Prussia Cove – founded by Végh in 1972 – will rehearse chamber music works by Mozart and Schubert and also perform them.