2015-09-12 Programmheft - Mittagsmusik in Niedermünster eV

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2015-09-12 Programmheft - Mittagsmusik in Niedermünster eV
SAMSTAG, 12.09.2015
Gesungene Poesie
Rolli Bohnes (* 1979)
nach Texten von Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)
„There Is Another Loneliness“
„A Something in a Summer's Day“
„Each That We Lose Takes Part“
„A Slash Of Blue“
„So Proud She Was to Die“
„Hope Is A Strange Invention“
„Es gilt, einem jungen Jazz-Trio zuzuhören,
dessen Vertonungen den Sinn der Gedichte
kongenial erschließen“, schreibt die
Mittelbayerische Zeitung über dieses
einzigartige Projekt.
In einem Ensemble aus Gesang, Gitarre und
Kontrabass hat sich das Trio der
musikalischen Umsetzung der Gedichte Emily
Dickinsons (1830–1886), einer
der bekanntesten amerikanischen
Lyrikerinnen aller Zeiten, gewidmet.
Die komplett selbstgeschriebenen Songs, mit
dieser zeitlosen Poesie als Text,
die inzwischen auch auf CD zu hören sind,
vereinen Lyrik, Jazz und Pop zu
einem Programm voller schöner, neuer Musik.
Die CD kann im
Anschluß an das Konzert
am Ausgang erworben
werden.
There Is Another
Loneliness
That many die without,
Not want or friend
occasions it,
Or circumstances or lot.
But nature sometimes,
sometimes thought,
And whoso it befall
Is richer than could be
divulged
By mortal numeral.
A slash of Blue—
A sweep of Gray—
Some scarlet patches on the way,
Compose an Evening Sky—
A little purple—slipped between—
Some Ruby Trousers hurried on—
A Wave of Gold—
A Bank of Day—
This just makes out the Morning
Sky.
A Slash of Blue
There Is Another
Loneliness
Each That We Lose Takes Part of Us
And still within a summer's
night
A something so
transporting bright
I clap my hands to see—
Then veil my too
inspecting face
Lets such a subtle—
shimmering grace
Flutter too far for me—
Still rears the East her
amber Flag—
Guides still the sun along
the Crag
His Caravan of Red—
So looking on—the night—
the morn
Conclude the wonder
gay—
And I meet, coming thro'
the dews
Another summer's Day!
DAUER: CA. 25 MINUTEN
So Proud She Was to Die
The wizard fingers never
rest—
The purple brook within
the breast
Still chafes it narrow bed—
So proud she was to die
It made us all ashamed
That what we cherished, so unknown
To her desire seemed.
Of this electric Adjunct
Not anything is known
But its unique momentum
Embellish all we own --
A something in a summer's
noon—
A depth—an Azure—a
perfume—
Transcending ecstasy.
Each that we lose takes part of us;
A crescent still abides,
Which like the moon, some turbid night,
Is summoned by the tides.
Hope is a strange
invention -A Patent of the Heart -In unremitting action
Yet never wearing out --
A something in a summer's
Day
As slow her flambeaux
burn away
Which solemnizes me.
So satisfied to go
Where none of us should be,
Immediately, that anguish stooped
Almost to jealousy.
Hope Is a Strange
Invention
A Something in a
Summer's Day
Es musiziert:
Emily's Poetry Trio:
Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) (Texte)
Maria Nikolayczik (Gesang)
Rolli Bohnes (Gitarre, Komposition, Arrangement)
Oliver Horeth (Kontrabass)
Vorschau:
Am 19.09. hören wir den Regensburger Sergius Chor, der uns mit ostkirchlicher Musik
begeistern wird. Leitung: Georg Hahn.
Veranstalter: Dompfarrei St. Ulrich (Niedermünster), Niedermünstergasse 4, 93047 Regensburg Organisation: Mittagsmusik in Niedermünster e.V., 5nachzwölf.de