Le chant de la terre

The song of the earth

Cultural, Concert, Classical music in Avignon
  • The Orchestre National Avignon-Provence, conducted by Débora Waldman, performs on the Opéra Grand Avignon stage with tenor Kévin Amiel and a mezzo-soprano.

  • Conducted by Débora Waldman, Mozart's Adagio and Fugue in C minor (1788) recalls the Baroque style and fugue art of a certain Jean-Sébastien.

    Music and nature as a source of comfort and soothing for the soul. This is how we might sum up the great journey of Songs of the Earth, an unclassifiable work situated somewhere between symphonic and lyrical music. By selecting six Chinese poems that accompanied him through a particularly difficult period of his life, Gustav Mahler draws an...
    Conducted by Débora Waldman, Mozart's Adagio and Fugue in C minor (1788) recalls the Baroque style and fugue art of a certain Jean-Sébastien.

    Music and nature as a source of comfort and soothing for the soul. This is how we might sum up the great journey of Songs of the Earth, an unclassifiable work situated somewhere between symphonic and lyrical music. By selecting six Chinese poems that accompanied him through a particularly difficult period of his life, Gustav Mahler draws an initiatory tale that takes us from the pain and intoxication of a drinking song to episodes exploring the themes of beauty, solitude and youth, ending with a moving farewell to life and the spring that always returns.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
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Schedules
  • On October 25, 2024 at 8:00 PM
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