Audio Gallery

LISTEN TO MUSIC SAMPLES OF PIECES THAT ARE PART OF OUR TEREZIN CONCERT SERIES.

PAVEL HAAS (1899 - 1944)

Four Songs on Chinese Poetry - II. In the Bamboo Grove (1944)

Recorded by Karel Berman, voice & Alfréd Holoček, piano

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This piece will be performed by Wolfgang Holzmair and Russell Ryan on Jan 19, 2012.

 

String Quartet No. 2, Op. 7, "From the Monkey Mountains" - II. Coach, Coachman & Horse (1925)

Recorded by the Pavel Haas Quartet

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This piece will be performed by members of the Nash Ensemble on Jan 21, 2012

 

Quintet for Winds, Op. 10 - II. Preghiera – Misterioso e triste (Prayer – mysterious and sad) (1929)

Recorded by Academia Wind Quintet Prague

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This piece will be performed on January 18 & 19, 2012 as part of 92Y Musical Introduction Series and Remember Me: A Concert for Schools and Families.

 

GIDEON KLEIN (1919- 1945)

String Trio (1944) - II. Variations on the theme of a Moravian Folksong

Recorded by Daniel Hope, violin, Philip Dukes, viola & Paul Watkins, cello

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This piece will be performed by members of the Nash Ensemble on Jan 17, 2012.

 

HANS KRÁSA (1899-1944)

Tanze for String Trio (1944)

Recorded by Daniel Hope, violin, Philip Dukes, viola & Paul Watkins, cello

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This piece will be performed by members of the Nash Ensemble on Jan 17, 2012.

 

Theme and Variations for String Quartet (1935-36)

Recorded by the Kocian Quartet

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This piece will be performed by members of the Nash Ensemble on Jan 21, 2012.

 

Excerpt from the children’s opera Brundibár (1938)

Recorded by the children of Terezín for the Nazi propaganda film “The Führer Gives a City to the Jews”

A suite arranged from this opera will be performed by the Nash Ensemble on Jan 19, 2012.

 

ZIGMUND SCHUL (1916-1944)

“Die Nischt-Gewesenen” (What Never Was) (1937)

Recorded by Wolfgang Holzmair, voice and Russell Ryan, piano

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This piece will be performed by Wolfgang Holzmair and Russell Ryan on Jan 17, 2012.

 

ERWIN SCHULHOFF (1894-1942)

Duo for Violin and Cello – II. Zingaresca; Allegro Giocoso (1925)

Recorded by members of the Kocian Quartet

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This piece will be performed by members of the Nash Ensemble on Jan 19, 2012.

 

KAREL ŠVENK (1907-1945)

“Všechno jde!” (Terezín March) for Voice and Piano (1944)

Recorded by Anne Sofie von Otter, voice & Bengt Forsberg, piano

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This piece will be performed by Wolfgang Holzmair and Russell Ryan on Jan 17, 2012.

 

CARLO SIGMUND TAUBE (1897-1944)

“Ein Judisches Kind” (A Jewish Child) for Voice and Piano (1942)

Recorded by Anna Maria Stella Pansini, voice & Francesco Lotoro, piano

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This piece will be performed by Wolfgang Holzmair and Russell Ryan on Jan 17, 2012.

 

VIKTOR ULLMANN (1898-1944)

Drei Lieder Op. 37 – I. Reapers’ Song (1942)

Recorded by Wolfgang Holzmair, voice and Russell Ryan, piano

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This piece will be performed by Wolfgang Holzmair and Russell Ryan on Jan 17, 2012.

 

Die Weise von Liebe und Tod des Cornets Christoph Rilke (The Lay of the Love and Death of Cornet Christopher Rilke) – "Ein Tag durch den Tross" (A Day Among the Army Train) (1944)

Recorded by Wolfgang Holzmair, voice and Russell Ryan, piano

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This piece will be performed by Wolfgang Holzmair and Russell Ryan on Jan 23, 2012.