REINHOLD FRIEDRICH, trumpet
ANDREJ ŽUST, horn
BRANIMIR SLOKAR, trombone
ERIKO TAKEZAWA, piano

6. August 2022
8.00 pm
Križevniška Church
19 €

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  • An interesting musical evening with top musicians, for all lovers of trumpet music and for all who would like to widen their musical horizons
  • A top musical ensemble with the outstanding trumpeter Reinhold Friedrich, horn player in the Berlin Philharmonic Andrej Žust, trombonist Branimir Slokar and pianist Erika Takezawa

Programme:
L. van Beethoven: Horn Sonata in F major, op. 17
T. Oehler and J. Freeman-Attwood: Trumpet Sonata after Richard Strauss
I. Allegro energico
S. Šulek: Sonata Vox Gabrieli
T. Oehler and J. Freeman-Attwood: Trumpet Sonata after Richard Strauss
II. Andante Cantabile
III. Rondo
V. Buyanovsky: España for horn solo
C. Debussy: Clair de Lune
P. Gabaye:
Recréation for trumpet, horn, tromobne and piano

Lovers of trumpet music and all who would like to expand their listening repertoire can look forward to an interesting musical evening featuring some top musicians. The ensemble includes Reinhold Friedrich, the sought-after teacher and outstanding trumpeter, who we can hear on the famous recordings by the Lucerne Festival Orchestra with Claudio Abbado, the horn player Andrej Žust of the Berlin Philharmoniker, who was born in Slovenia, as was the trombonist Branimir Slokar, who played first trombone under the baton of Charles Dutoit in the Bern Symphony Orchestra and under the baton of Rafael Kubelik in the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. The programme will include the Horn Sonata in F major, op. 17 by Ludwig van Beethoven, the Sonata after Richard Strauss, a product of the collaboration between the trumpeter and director of the Royal Academy of Music Jonathan Freeman Attwood and the Alsatian composer Thomas Oehler, the Sonata Vox Gabrieli by the Croatian composer and conductor Stjepan Šulek,  a noted series of improvisations that came about after a travel experience by the Russian composer Vitaly Bujanovsky entitled España, Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy and Recréation for trumpet, horn, tromobne and piano by the French composer Pierre Gabaye, whose works combined jazz and the musical language of contemporary classical music.

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