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Robert Schumann: Paradise and the Peri

Robert Schumann activated the process of aimed revitalization of the work of Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Friedrich Händel in cooperation with Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy in Germany. Thanks to these authors he learned to know the rules of the oratorio and of the cantata. So his single oratorio Paradise and the Peri after the oriental epos by Thomas Moore Lalla-Rookh stands on a firm basis. As added value can be seen Schumann‘s intention to express the mysticism of the Persian culture, where the ethereal character of Peri is an extensive source of inspiration.

Slovak Philharmonic
Slovak Philharmonic Choir
Fabrizio Ventura conductor
Thomas Lang choirmaster
Ursula Langmayr soprano / Peri
Johannes Czernin
 tenor / Narrator
Petra Nôtová
 soprano / Maiden
Jana Kurucová
 mezzosoprano / Angel
Juraj Hollý
 tenor / Young Man
Aleš Jenis
 bassbaritone / Gazna

Robert Schumann Paradise and the Peri, Oratorio for Soloists, Choir and Orchestra, Op. 50

Concert venue: Concert Hall of the Slovak Philharmonic
Date and time: 13th February 2020 and 14th February 2020 at 7 pm


Web: filharmonia.sk


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