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Joo Cho and Marino Nahon on Limenmusic Web Tv

By now you can find a new concert on Limenmusic Web Tv at www.limenmusic.com: Duo Cho – Nahon plays A. Berg.

Program:
Alban Berg – Sieben frühe Lieder (Seven Early Songs)

The South Korean soprano Joo Cho graduated with a degree in singing from Chung-Ang University in Seoul. She then went on to complete two degrees summa cum laude in Singing and Vocal Chamber Music at the “Verdi” Conservatoire in Milan (Italy). She continued her studies with artists such as Peter Schreier, Jaume Aragall and Ernesto Palacio. She won the first prize in many competitions, such as the “Giulio Neri” International Singing Competition in Torrita di Siena. (Italy) and the “Haverhill Sinfonia Soloist Competition” (UK).
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Italian pianist Marino Nahon graduated with honours in piano at the “Verdi” Conservatory in Milan, where he also specialized in vocal chamber music. He continued his studies with Piero Rattalino, Pietro Soraci and Michele Fedrigotti, and he attended courses at Internationale Sommerakademie Mozarteum in Salzburg, Académie de Villecroze, Académie de musique de Lausanne and elsewhere, under such artists as Paul Badura-Skoda, Dalton Baldwin, Antonio Ballista, Bruno Canino, Irwin Gage, Alexander Lonquich and Norman Shetler.
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Berg’s Sieben frühe Lieder: the texts

Waiting for the broadcasting of the concert by Joo Cho (Soprano) and Marino Nahon (Piano) on Limenmusic Web tv?

If you don’t know them already, below you can find links to the Sieben frühe Lieder:

Enjoy the reading.
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English version

German (original text)

Italian version

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Berg’s Sieben Frühe Lieder coming soon on Limenmusic Web Tv

From friday, July 29. 2011 on Limenmusic Web Tv @ www.limenmusic.com: Joo Cho and Marino Nahon in concert
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Duo Cho - Nahon in concert

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In this concert:
Alban Berg – Sieben frühe Lieder (Seven Early Songs)

The Seven Early Songs are early composition, written by the Austrian composer Alban Berg between 1905 to 1908, while he was under the tutelage of Arnold Schoenberg.
This songs were first written for medium voice and piano, then were revised for high voice and orchestra in 1928.
The seven songs are:

  1. Nacht (Night), text by Carl Hauptmann
  2. Schilflied (Song amid the reeds) – text by Nikolaus Lenau
  3. Die Nachtigall (The nightingale) – text by Theodore Storm
  4. Traumgekrönt (Crowned in dream) – text by Rainer Maria Rilke
  5. Im Zimmer (Indoors) – text by Johanes Schlaf
  6. Liebesode (Ode to love) – text by Otto Erich Hartleben
  7. Sommertage (Summer days) – text by Paul Hohenberg

For the trailer of the concert, please, click on the image below:

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