Felix Draeseke's Violin Concerto at the
IDG 2009 Conference

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Photographs from Program in Bad Rodach: 20 June 2009

Lectures and concert in the Festsaal of the Jagdschloss in Bad Rodach concerning Draeseke's Violin Concerto. Scholarly lectures were presented by Alan Krueck (USA) and Wolfgang Müller-Steinbach with musical examples along with a complete performance of the Adagio for Violin and Piano adapted by Hans Benda from the second movement of Draeseke's Violin Concerto played by Julia Röntz, Violin and Wolfgang Müller-Steinbach, Piano.

Jagdschloss in Bad Rodach
Jagdschloss in Bad Rodach
Introduction by Udo Follert
Introduction by Udo Follert (click to listen to mp3)
Lectures by Alan Krueck (USA)
Alan Krueck Lecture (click to listen to mp3)
Wolfgang Müller-Steinbach and Julia Röntz
Julia Röntz plays Draeske's Adagio (click to listen to mp3)
Wolfgang Müller-Steinbach and Julia Röntz
Wolfgang Müller-Steinbach and Julia Röntz (click for video at YouTube)
Wolfgang Müller-Steinbach, Alan Krueck, and Julia Röntz
Wolfgang Müller-Steinbach, Alan Krueck, and Julia Röntz
More on the 2009 Performance of Draeseke's Violin Concerto
Video of the Adagio for Violin & Piano (Arr. Hans Benda)
Draeseke Violin Concerto: Video of the Lecture with Musical Examples
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