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St. Louis Symphony Program - Oct. 25-26, 2013

St. Louis Symphony Program - Oct. 25-26, 2013

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The program insert for the performance of the St. Louis Symphony for Oct. 25-26, 2013. This is meant to accompany the live broadcast of the Symphony on St. Louis Public Radio at 8 p.m. on Oct. 26. Join us at 90.7 FM or online at stlpublicradio.org.
The program insert for the performance of the St. Louis Symphony for Oct. 25-26, 2013. This is meant to accompany the live broadcast of the Symphony on St. Louis Public Radio at 8 p.m. on Oct. 26. Join us at 90.7 FM or online at stlpublicradio.org.

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CONCERT PROGRAM
October 25-26, 2013
Peter Oundjian, conductorStewart Goodyear, pianoKarin Bliznik, trumpet
THOMAS ADÈS
 
Dances from
Powder Her Face
(1995)
 
(b. 1971)
 
OvertureWaltzFinale
SHOSTAKOVICH
 
Concerto No. 1 in C minor for Piano, Trumpet,
(1906-1975)
and Strings, op. 35
 
(1933)
 
Allegretto—Lento—Moderato—Allegro con brioStewart Goodyear, pianoKarin Bliznik, trumpet(Played without pause) 
INTERMISSION
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV
 
Scheherazade,
op. 35
 
(1933)
 
(1844-1908)
 
Largo e maestoso; Allegro non troppo(The Sea and Sinbad’s Ship)Lento; Allegro molto (The Story o the Kalandar Prince)Andantino quasi allegretto (The Young Prince and Princess)Allegro molto(Festival in Baghdad; The Sea; Shipwreck; Conclusion)David Halen, violin
 
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Peter Oundjian is the Monsanto Guest Artist.Stewart Goodyear is the Bruce Anderson Memorial Fund Guest Artist.The concert of Friday, October 25, is underwritten in part by a generous gift from Mary Strauss.The concert of Saturday, October 26, is underwritten in part by a generous gift from Mr. and Mrs. Jan K. Ver Hagen.Pre-Concert Conversations are sponsored by Washington University Physicians.These concerts are part of the Wells Fargo Advisors series.Large Print Program notes are available through the generosity of DielmannSotheby’s International Realty and are located at the Customer Service tablein the foyer.
 
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FROM THE STAGE
Karin Bliznik, principal trumpet, on Shostakovich’s Concerto No. 1 for Piano,Trumpet, and Strings:
“It’s a very playful piece, with a lot of interaction betweenthe piano and the trumpet. The trumpet sounds as if it is replying to, reacting
to, and commenting on everything the piano has to say in the rst movement,
 with the idea of the trumpet being like a trickster or jokester.“The second movement is a kind of introverted waltz. The strings are
muted; the trumpet is muted. I’ll be using a ber mute to make the sound
more veiled.
“This piece is full of excerpts that you play in auditions. The nal move
-ment is really something. It calls for a lot from the player, very articulated,staccato and biting with a lot of character.“Shostakovich wrote this when he was in his late 20s. He used to play piano accompaniment to silent movies. You can imagine some CharlieChaplin or Keystone Kops slapstick for this piece.”
Dmitry Shostakovich

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