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We continue with the II Concert Season 2020

The II Concert of the II Season 2020 will be the next digital delivery. Concert recorded live on Friday, September 25 at the Pumapungo Theater will be broadcast this Saturday, October 3 at 8 PM in the Digital Concert Hall of the Cuenca Symphony Orchestra on YouTube / sinfonicacuenca and on Facebook It should be noted that the concert was recorded strictly following the "Work Protocol for the Production of Audiovisual and Cinematographic Works during the health crisis caused by COVID-19 in Ecuador" processed by the Ministry of Culture and approved by the National COE.
The repertoire includes: Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV1068, Overture by Johann Sebastian Bach, Symphony in D major No. 1, op. 3 by Johann Christian Bach and Symphony No. 29 in A Major, K. 201 / 186ª by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Suite N ° 3 in D Major, BWV1068, Overture. Johann Sebastian Bach. After a slow intro, a fast runaway follows that is almost a little violin concerto. The second movement is the famous Aria, known for its unique beauty and sensitivity in linking the different voices of the string. It is followed by two Gavotas that are played in the form A-B-A, and the work ends with a Bourré very quickly and the traditional Giga, even faster. This suite, the term meaning a sequence of dances, shows Bach as a virtuoso orchestral composer, in a perfect combination of Italian lightness and elegance and German depth that only he knew how to create.
Symphony in D major No. 1, op. 3. Johann Christian Bach. 11º son of Johann Sebastian. Naturally he studied first with his father and later with his older brother Carl Phillip Emmanuel in Berlin. But soon he went to Italy to study the modern style and came to occupy the position of organist in the Duomo of Milan. In these years he developed his new style, pre-classical Italian, away from the baroque world of his father. With the first commissions for operas in London he moved to England, where he stayed for the rest of his life. His symphony op.3 still follows the model of the Italian opera overture, so they are of three movements Allegro, Andante, Presto.
Symphony No. 29 in A Major, K. 201 / 186ª. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. When Mozart wrote his Symphony No. 29 in 1774, he was, despite his 18 years, already an accomplished expert in the composition of symphonies. This symphony in particular, in A Major, marks a definitive step towards the amalgamation between the intimate atmosphere of chamber music and the great gesture, often violent, that characterizes his master symphonies. The first Allegro, with its characteristic initial octave jump, seduces us with its elegance, intimacy and at the same time its powerful forward momentum. A contrasting second lyrical theme anticipates the atmosphere of the following Andante, here the muted violins create a fine serenade atmosphere, while the following Menuetto is characterized by its relentless rhythm, contrasted by the Cantabrian Trio. The stormy Finale picks up the jump from the octave of the first movement and ends the symphony brilliantly, demanding maximum virtuosity from all musicians.
With this delivery there will be 31 digital concerts that the public can enjoy and share from anywhere on the planet at the time and as many times as they want in the Digital Room of the Cuenca Symphony Orchestra.
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