International Society for Contemporary Music. 25th festival, Frankfurt am Main

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| DMT Årgang 26 (1951) nr. 04 - side 89-90

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International Society for Contemporary Music

2.5th Festival, Frankfurt am Main

22nd june - Ist jul-.,,~, 1951

sponsored by Hessischer Rundfunk, in conjunction witli other Gerinan Broadcasting Organisations; Staatstheater, Wiesbaden; St Sdtiselie BUffinen, Frankftirt a/M.

SATURDAY, 23rd JUNE OPENING CEREMONY

followed by a performance of

RAYMOND CHEVREUILLE (Belgium) 'The Tinder Box' (after Hans Andersen)

,i Radio Comedy in Music

SATURD A Y, 23rd JUNE FIRST ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

ERNST TOCH (Austria) Symphony Op. 72

JEAN-LOUIS MARTINET (France) Six Chants, for Chorus and Orchestra

ANTONI SZALOWSKI (Independent) Symphonic Excerpts from a Ballet

GOFFREDO PETRASS1 (Italy) Coro di Morti, for Male Chorus, three

llianos, Chamber Orchestraand Percussion

SUNDAY 24th JUNE SECOND CHAMBER CONCERT

ROBERT CRAWFORD (Great Britain) String Quartet Op. 4.

NININHA GREGOBI (Brazil) Four Greek Poems, for Soprano, four Wind

Instruments and Celesta

GISELHER KLEBE (Germany) String Quartet

TOSHIRO MAYUZUMI (Japan) 'Sph6no.,rammes', for Voice with Flute,

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Saxophone, Marimba, Piano Duet, Violin

and Violoncello

JEAN FRANCAIS (France) Wind Quintet

MONDAY, 25th JUNE SECOND ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

KARL-BIRGER BLOMDAHI, (Sweden) Third Symphony 1950 ('Facetter')

WILLY BURKHARD (Switzerkand) Piccola Sinfonia giocosa, for small

orchestra

OLIVIER MESSIAEN (France) Cinq Rechants, for Chorus a capella

GUILLAUME LANDRE (Hollaii(i) Four Symphonic Movements

TUESDAY, 26th JUNE Tiii Ri) 011C11E.STRAL CONCERT

HANS ERICH APOSTEL (Austria) Variation on a Theme of Haydn Op. 17

MICHAL SPISAK (Independent) Sonata for Violin and Orchestra

LEO PREGER (France) Sacred Choruses

HELMUTH DEGEN (Germany

............... Con,eerto for String Orchestra

WEDNESDAY, 27th JUNE STAATSTHEATER WIESBADEN, GROSs Es HAUS

ROBERTO GERHARD (Spain) 'The Duenna'

Comic Opera in Three Acts, after Sheridan.

First Stage Production,

THURSDAY, 28th JUNE Fou RTH ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

HERMANN D. KOPPET, (Denmark) 'Psalins. of David' Op. 48 for Tenor, Solo,

Chorus and Orchestra

FARTEIN VALEN (Norway) 'La Isla de las Calmas' Op. 21, Symphonic

Poem

STANISLAS SKROWACZEWSKI (Poland) The Song of Songs, for Chorus and Orchestra

RICHARD MOHAUPT (Germany) Concerto for Pianoforte and Orchestra

FRIDAY, 29th JUNE Fi Rs T CHAMBER CONCERT

VAGN HOLMB0E (Denniark) First String Quartet Op. 46

FELIX PETY1REK (Austria) 'Gethsemane' for Contralto and String Trio

JOHN ADDISON (Great Britain) Sextet for Woodwind

ALBERTO GINASTERA (Argentine) First String Quartet

SA7VRDAY, 301h JUNE Fi FT11 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

LUIGI DALLAPICCOLA (Italy') '111 Prigioniero' (after Villiers de VIsle

Adarn) for Soloists, Chorus and. Orchestra

MATYAS SE1BEIR (Great Britain) .* 'Ulysses' (after James Joyce)

Cantata for Tenor Solo, Chorus an(l

Orchestra

In addition to the official Festival Concerts two orchestra programmes will be presented:

FRIDAY, 22nd JUNE

Works by: BORIS BLACHER, W01XGANG FORTNEB, HANS WERNER HENZE,

PAUL HINDEMITH.

SUNDAY, Ist JULY. Works b.

y: KARI, AMADEUS HABTMANN, WERNER EGK, (,'ARI, ORFF, HERMANN REUTTER.

Årgang 26/1951, nr. 04