La Folle Journée de Varsovie: Spanish Folly (15)
Duration: 40 min.
Tickets go on sale on 1 September 2021, 11 a.m.
Joaquín Rodrigo Españoleta and Fanfare of the Neapolitan chivalry, Dance with Axes (mov. II, III) from Fantasy for a Gentleman for guitar and orchestra* [10’]
Joaquín Rodrigo Adagio* [8’]
Manuel de Falla Dance No. 1 from the opera The Short Life (La vida breve)* [5’]
Manuel de Falla Ritual Fire Dance from the ballet The Bewitched Love (El amor brujo)* [4’]
Georges Bizet Carmen, Suite* [6’]
Élodie Soulard, Emmanuel Rossfelder Variations on the La folía theme [6’]
Isaac Albéniz Asturias from the Spanish Suite No. 1, Op. 47* [6’]
* trb. Élodie Soulard i Emmanuel Rossfelder
Emmanuel Rossfelder guitar
Élodie Soulard accordion
For Elise and for all
Ludwig van Beethoven was a composer who brought us much joy with his piano miniature For Elise. His other pieces delight both young and old. How did Beethoven come up with the idea of such ear-pleasing music? Just like other composers, he probably first imagined different sounds, their timbres and what stories they tell. Beethoven then formed these sounds into pieces, which he wrote down in notation. So even in our times we can play or sing Beethoven’s music and enjoy it whenever we feel like it.
La Folle Journée de Varsovie is supported financially by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland. The festival is organised in association with the National Centre for Culture, Poland.
Patrons of the Teatr Wielki – Polish National Opera
Partners of the Opera Academy