Location: Villa Pecori GiraldiAddress Via Palmiro Togliatti, 50032 Borgo San Lorenzo , Firenze
Date: Sunday 20 June 2021
Entertainment and Mozart's Symphonies at Villa Pecori Giraldi
Second symphonic appointment of the VIIIth Season
Sunday 20 June 2021, at 7.00 pm, in the Park of Villa Pecori Giraldi (Piazzale Luciano Lavacchini, 1 - Borgo San Lorenzo), second appointment of the VIIIth Opera-Symphonic Season of the Camerata de 'Bardi, also Municipal School of Bourgeois Music, titled 'Mozart. Entertainment and Symphonies'. The Orchestra chambered de 'Bardi, conducted by Maestro Giacomo De Simonis, will interpret four of the endless masterpieces of the Salzburg-born enfant prodige Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, on the 230th anniversary of his death in Vienna in 1791.
It begins with the Symphony n. 1 in E flat major for orchestra K 16, divided into three movements - Molto allegro, Andante, Presto - composed in London, between 1764 and 1776, when he was only 9 years old. Symphony that follows the pattern and the Italian taste of the '700, with a very clear and paced allegro, a pathetic half tempo and the finish with a fresh and brilliant look, in the form of a rondo. From the first symphony to the Divertimento for strings only n. 3 in F major K 138 written in his hometown in 1772, also made up of three movements - Allegro, Andante, Presto - in which dance movements alternate with solo and virtuoso passages by the various members of the string family. Easy and flowing musical games intertwine with elegant Italian-style figurations, to leave room for the final, perfect interlocking divoci, a rich game of imitations between violins, violas and celli, typical of the German school, from Bach onwards.
In chronological order the Orchestra will then perform the Symphony n. 29 in A major K 201, composed by Mozartnel 1774 and already enlarged in form, now divided into four movements - Allegro moderato, Andante, Minuetto, Allegro con Spirito - a very personal reworking of the style of his Maestro Haydn, with a great subjectivistic imprint that makes of Mozart that personality pervaded by a 'romantic crisis', by that pre-romantic restlessness given by the nascent poetics of Sturm und Drang, with the abandonment of the classical Italian models of the symphonic genre and the propensity to that Viennese taste that we will find again in early Beethoven and in Schubert.
The program closes with the Serenade n. 13 'Eine kleine Nachtmusik' in G major K 525, the Small nocturnal serenade composed in 1787, the brightest and most universally known example of the genre, easily catchy entertainment music, with a 'popular' flavor in which the simplicity of the thematic material stands out and refinement of instrumental timbral colors.
Ticket price: 10 euros, single seat, 5 euros for children up to 14 years.
The pre-sale of tickets begins one hour before the concert, starting at 18.00, at Villa Pecori Giraldi.
In case of bad weather, the concert will be held in the Galileo Room, on the first floor of the Villa.
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