Tue 31. October 2017

19:30 Großer Saal, Musikverein

Kammerorchester Basel

Trevor Pinnock | Reger • Mozart • Mendelssohn

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Max Reger "O Mensch bewein Dein´ Sünde groß" nach dem Choralvorpiel BWV 622 von Johann Sebastian Bach Choralphantasie über„'Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott“, op. 27 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sinfonia concertante für Violine, Viola und Orchester Es-Dur, KV 364 — Pause — Matthias Arter Aquarell über das Ricercar à 6 von Johann Sebastian Bach Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Symphonie Nr. 5 d-Moll, op. 107, „"Reformations-Symphonie“ revidierte Fassung von 1832

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Remarks

An Stelle von Maxim Rysanov übernimmt Nils Mönkemeyer den Violapart in Mozarts Sinfonia concertante, KV 364.

 

„Herr Bürgermeister, sie singen alle!“

Reformation und Musik

Die „Reformationssymphonie“, gespielt am 31. Oktober 2017, spannt den Bogen zum umwälzenden Geschehen, das genau fünfhundert Jahre vorher begann. Martin Luther initiierte die Reformation. Mit der Musik stand er dabei eng im Bund.

Der moderne Mensch sucht Gott in sich selbst. Auf dem Grund der eigenen Seele wird vermutet, was licht ist, heil und friedlich. Durch Meditation, Selbsterfahrung oder auf Pilgerwegen versuchen Menschen, ihrem göttlichen Wesenskern auf die Spur zu kommen. Schon in der Antike gab es den Glauben an einen göttlichen Lichtfunken in den Tiefen der menschlichen Seele. Die christliche Lehre hat sich in ihrer zweitausendjährigen Geschichte immer wieder mit diesem Menschenbild auseinandergesetzt, mal mit ihm liebäugelnd, mal deutlich widersprechend. Die Reformatoren formulierten diesen Widerspruch besonders scharf, allen voran Martin Luther: Nur durch das Heilswerk Jesu Christi – also durch sein Kommen in die Welt, seinen Tod am Kreuz und seine Auferweckung durch Gott –, könne der Mensch gerettet werden.

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