Archive: Bartók & Dvorák

Wien Musikverein Großer Saal Musikverein | Großer Saal


  • Alena Baeva, violin
  • Tomás Netopil, conductor


Leos Janácek
Suite from the Opera «Jenufa» (Arr.: Manfred Honeck und Tomas Ille)
- interval -

Love and passion, light and shade lie close together in this programme, which brings the Czech conductor Tomáš Netopil and the violinist Alena Baeva back to the Tonkunstler. Leoš Janáček’s opera «Jenůfa» is about tragic interweavings of love, morality and guilt in a Moravian village. A young Béla Bartók had just finished a violin concerto when his beloved, a violinist, rejected his proposal of marriage – upon which the work was consigned to a dark drawer where it remained for 50 years. The sunniest of sounds, by contrast, flood the splendid Brahms homage that is Antonín Dvořák’s Sixth Symphony: music to fall in love with.

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Béla Bartók

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 1 op. posth.


  • Andante sostenuto

  • Allegro giocoso


21 Min.
Antonín Dvorák

Symphony No. 6 in D major op. 60


  • Allegro non tanto

  • Adagio

  • Scherzo (Furiant). Presto - Trio. Poco meno mosso

  • Finale. Allegro con spirito - Presto


42 Min.