Robert Weiner, Anna Brumbaugh, Madison Allen, and Luciano Magnanini
Cool Winds Monday, March 18 | 7:30 PM
The approach pioneered by Haydn and advanced by Mozart—what we know call the Classical style—reacted against the ornate complexities of Baroque music by emphasizing balance, proportion and reason. Still this cool and elegant new aesthetic was rooted in history, as the works on this program demonstrate. Mozart’s Sinfonia concertante, featuring four wind soloists, updated the Baroque convention of a group concerto. The same tradition informed Haydn’s seminal symphonies for his Esterházy patrons, blended with details lifted from Italian opera, French dance music and other precedents from earlier in the eighteenth century.
Add Cool Winds to Calendar 03/18/2019 07:30 PM03/18/2019 09:30 PMAmerica/West_Palm_BeachCool Winds1440Maestro Tebar conducts Palm Beach Symphony. Program: Mozart – Sinfonia Concertante for four winds
Haydn – Symphony No. 6 “Le matin”
Haydn – Symphony No. 7 “Le midi”
Haydn – Symphony No. 8 “Le soir”Society of the Four Arts
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Running Time 1 hour, 30 minutes
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