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Nietzsche and Wagner

Nietzsche and Wagner

for piano


  • Instrumentation: piano
€18.00  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.09 kg

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Description

I devote one movement of this work to each of the two figures. I have interpreted Nietzsche’s character as energetic, painful and harsh. In contrast, the second movement “Wagner” with its calm and meditative atmosphere is an improvisation focused on the composer paraphrasing motifs from his opera Tristan and Isolde.

Over and above the intensive philosophical and artistic exchange between Wagner and Nietzsche, an additional link was provided by Liszt’s daughter Cosima, Wagner’s wife, who was greatly revered by Nietzsche. She is the source of love and yearning which is perceptible in both movements.

- Fazıl Say

Details
Auftragswerk : Auftragswerk der Stadt Bayreuth in Zusammenarbeit mit der Klaviermanufaktur Steingraeber & Söhne zum Richard Wagner Jahr 2013
Binding: Saddle stitching
Content text: I Nietzsche
II Wagner
ISMN: 979-0-001-19701-4
Opus: op. 49
Performance duration: 10'0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: The Virtuoso Piano Transcription Series
UPC: 841886021273
Uraufführung : 30. Juli 2013 Bayreuth, Stadthalle (D) · Fazıl Say, Klavier
Year of composition: 2013
page number: 16
Delivery rights: worldwide
Performances
2018-02-16 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Muziekgebouw
2014-11-12 | Hamburg (Germany), Laeiszhalle
2014-09-19 | Dortmund (Germany), Konzerthaus
2014-07-06 | Tittling (Germany), Lötz-Glashütte
2014-05-02 | Friedrichshafen (Germany), Graf-Zeppelin-Haus — Eröffnungskonzert
2014-04-17 | Warszawa (Poland), Filharmonia Narodowa, Sala Koncertowa — 19:30
2013-07-31 | Johannisberg (Germany), Schloss Johannisberg, Fürst-von-Metternich-Saal — 20:00
2013-07-30 | Bayreuth (Germany), Stadthalle — 19:30 | World Premiere

I devote one movement of this work to each of the two figures. I have interpreted Nietzsche’s character as energetic, painful and harsh. In contrast, the second movement “Wagner” with its calm and meditative atmosphere is an improvisation focused on the composer paraphrasing motifs from his opera Tristan and Isolde.

Over and above the intensive philosophical and artistic exchange between Wagner and Nietzsche, an additional link was provided by Liszt’s daughter Cosima, Wagner’s wife, who was greatly revered by Nietzsche. She is the source of love and yearning which is perceptible in both movements.

- Fazıl Say

Auftragswerk : Auftragswerk der Stadt Bayreuth in Zusammenarbeit mit der Klaviermanufaktur Steingraeber & Söhne zum Richard Wagner Jahr 2013
Binding: Saddle stitching
Content text: I Nietzsche
II Wagner
ISMN: 979-0-001-19701-4
Opus: op. 49
Performance duration: 10'0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: The Virtuoso Piano Transcription Series
UPC: 841886021273
Uraufführung : 30. Juli 2013 Bayreuth, Stadthalle (D) · Fazıl Say, Klavier
Year of composition: 2013
page number: 16
Delivery rights: worldwide
2018-02-16 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Muziekgebouw
2014-11-12 | Hamburg (Germany), Laeiszhalle
2014-09-19 | Dortmund (Germany), Konzerthaus
2014-07-06 | Tittling (Germany), Lötz-Glashütte
2014-05-02 | Friedrichshafen (Germany), Graf-Zeppelin-Haus — Eröffnungskonzert
2014-04-17 | Warszawa (Poland), Filharmonia Narodowa, Sala Koncertowa — 19:30
2013-07-31 | Johannisberg (Germany), Schloss Johannisberg, Fürst-von-Metternich-Saal — 20:00
2013-07-30 | Bayreuth (Germany), Stadthalle — 19:30 | World Premiere