Concert with Franziska Badertscher (flute) and Anne de Dadelsen (piano)
Works by Hans Huber (1852-1921): "Stimmungen"; Ernst Lévy (1885-1981): Sonata for flute and piano; Werner Wehrli (1892-1944): Suite for flute and piano; David Wohnlich (*1953): OFFERTORIUM SUPER HERFORDENSIA MAPPA MUNDI (2019) and Sonate pour Jonas for flute and piano (2013).
Heinrich Heine's poetry inspired Hans Huber to write his op. 35 "Stimmungen" for solo piano. Hans Huber, founder of the Basel Conservatory becomes the "patron" of this program, as he is the teacher of both Ernst Levy and Werner Wehrli. For his flute sonata, David Wohnlich lets himself be touched by the poetry of the Alsatian poet Jean-Paul de Dadelsen. Wohnlich's world premiere for solo piano is based on a contemplation of one of the first world maps, the Mappa Mundi by Herford.
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