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2016年11月12日 ASJ 雅加達歸正文化中心交響樂廳 Haydn Mozart Beethoven Concert

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Dear valued patrons,
​ We’re excited to have Sam Haywood with us again to perform Mozart and Beethoven piano concertos:


WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART -- Piano Concerto No. 12 in A Major, K. 414

The concerto was one of three that Mozart wrote in the late 1782 for that winter's concert season in Vienna. The set was advertised for sale to the Viennese public by advance subscription. A major selling point of these 'subscription' concertos was that they could be performed with either a large orchestra or a string quartet, therefore suitable for home performance. Though the sale did not go well, the concertos proved immediately popular in the concert hall. Mozart himself seems to have been fond of this concerto; he played it often and taught it to his favorite students.


LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN -- Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 37

The concerto premiered on 5 April 1803 at the Theater an der Wien in Vienna, with Beethoven himself on the piano during an all-Beethoven concert. According to Ignaz von Seyfried, the young musician who turned pages for him, the composer played the solo part of the concerto pretty much from memory. Though the premiere was not received well, the concerto clearly outlines Beethoven's creative path. It is a more varied and dynamic work rich in the turbulent emotions for which Beethoven was becoming known.

Then followed by:

FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN -- Symphony No. 104 in D Major

Known as the London Symphony, this work is the last symphony composed by Haydn. For his residencies in England,
Haydn wrote twelve symphonies which have been dubbed the "London Symphonies". Somehow, the name London has also become attached to the last symphony of the twelve. The work was premiered at the King's Theatre on 4 May 1795 in a concert featuring Haydn's compositions and was directed by Haydn himself. It was a success, as Haydn wrote in his diary: "The whole company was thoroughly pleased and so was I."

5pm Sat 12-Nov-2016

  • HAYDN Symphony 104, "London"
  • MOZART Piano Concerto No. 12
  • BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 3

Sam Haywood, piano
Jakarta Simfonia Orchestra
Dr. Stephen Tong, conductor

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