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Salon Libeer

Folk roots in the music of Bartók & Kodály

Lecture & Discussion
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Fri 08 Jun 2018 20.00
start 20.00
expected end time 21.30

Julien Libeer and Alicja Gescinska on 'high and low art'

The debate about high and low art can sometimes get rather heated. In his second salon, Julien Libeer and philosopher Alicja Gescinska search for answers and nuances. And what music can better accompany their quest that of Béla Bartók? In Bartók’s work, the ‘high’ Viennese tradition goes hand in hand with the miniature works of art of 'low' folk music. And it’s precisely those multiple layers that make his music so fascinating. 

programme

Béla Bartók (1881-1945)
Out of Doors, BB89
Suite op. 14
Extracts from Microcosm

Hungarian Folk Music (written down by Zoltán Kodály)
Gólya gólya gilice
Lence Borso Kasa
A Leyanika Szotalan
Tyukkergeto
Furdo Utan
Mikor Mentem Misere
Ajde Jano

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Béla Bartók (1881-1945)
Out of Doors, BB89
Suite op. 14
Extracts from Microcosm

Hungarian Folk Music (written...

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performers

Julien Libeer: piano
Kinderkoor Molenbeek: choir
Alicja Gescinska: philosophy

Fri 08 Jun 2018 20.00
start 20.00
expected end time 21.30

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