As a piano omnivore, Lumpe welcomed the advent of online group discussions and became a frequent contributor to Yahoo groups and a Usenet/Google newsgroup ... of the Scherzo from Mendelssohn’s “Midsummer Night’s Dream.” At least one group member.
And from that moment on, Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" from A Midsummer Night's Dream has become ... the third movement 'scherzo,' which has a lightness, an effervescence that we now refer to as 'Mendelssonian.' It's a kind of music that no one had written.
In his first local appearance since winning the last Van Cliburn International Piano ... s music. The group includes the Bach Suite from the E Major Partita, Schubert’s “Wohin?”, the Mendelssohn Scherzo from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a Tchaikovsky.
The two Piano Concertos ... s critical edition). A Midsummer Night's Dream Opus 21: Overture Felix Mendelssohn: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Incidental Music, Op.61, MWV M 13 A Midsummer Night's Dream Opus 61: No.1 Scherzo Felix Mendelssohn: A Midsummer.
Programs this week at Tanglewood offer a diverse and intriguing mix of symphonic music by Mozart, Mendelssohn and Rachmaninoff. The prodigious pianist Garrick Ohlsson has a busy week in store: He will perform Chopin's two piano concertos on successive.
As I got older, I moved on to his Octet and Piano Trio in ... the work full circle. A Midsummer Night's Dream contains one of my favorite lines of all time: "Lord what fools these mortals be!" But when I hear Mendelssohn's music all I can think is.
People who loved New York City Ballet’s version of Mendelssohn ... Midsummer Night’s Dream” last summer can get another view tonight when the Albany Symphony Orchestra and five actors from Capital Repertory Theatre present Shakespeare’s play with.
The A Midsummer Night's Dream Overture, Op. 21, originally written as an independent piece 16 years earlier, was incorporated into the Op. 61 incidental music as its overture ... number assigned by Mendelssohn Opp. 1-20 Op.1 , Piano Quartet No.1 in.
the piano's limitations become more noticeable. Still, Rachmaninov enacts the music, its humor and high spirits, about as effectively as one could hope for. Mendelssohn's opening theme is vaguely reminiscent of the one he used in the finale of his Fourth.
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” Shakespeare Opera Theatre stages the ... Sunday Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Association The West Shore Piano Trio plays music by Mendelssohn, Bernstein and Brahms. 3 p.m. The Lyceum, Alexandria’s History Museum.