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<i>Intoxicated by Gypsies</i>

Intoxicated by Gypsies

Lecturer Saul Lilienstein traces the connection between the rich tradition of Gypsy music and its influence on classical music composers of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.

  • Saturday, March 03, 2012
  • Atrium
  • 90 minutes
  • $15.00
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The rich treasure of Gypsy music is known, danced to, and sung in every European country from Russia to Spain, fusing with the folk music of each culture with which it interacts. Even the concert repertoire has paid it homage. Gypsy music became a source of inspiration for the classical composers of Hungary, Romania, and Czechoslovakia. Saul Lilienstein's lecture will trace the linkage between the exotic improvisations of the Romany people with Franz Liszt, Zoltán Kodály, and Bela Bartók, illuminating unexpected facets in their music. Note: The NSO does not perform in this event.

Part of The Music of Budapest, Prague, and Vienna.

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