Final episode of Sabine Weyer's discovery trip to Moscow is out.
Watch the music and read the final poem to capture the atmosphere.
Her new CD "Mysteries" with works by Nikolai Myaskovsky & Nicolas Bacri is released. Please send me a message to email@example.com for a press copy.
By Vera Pavlova, translated by Andrey Kneller
A little music and some ice,
A little hope, a little sun…
Ice – where the sleeping water lies
and dreams of skaters on the run.
They, hand in hand, are moving fast,
without sorrows to recall,
and, in the decade that has passed
together, they have yet to fall. ... See MoreSee Less
10 hours ago
Sabine Weyer just released her new album with works by Nicolai Miaskovsky Nicolas Bacri (ARS Produktion). Watch her performance and statement about the music of Miaskovsky at the Great Hall of the Tchaikowsky Hall.
Read the poem "The Pendulum" by by Yurgis Baltrushaitis to get into the mood of music.
When the dumb darkness most heavily clings,
Rhythmic and ruthless my pendulum swings.
Rustily creaking or whining dismay,
Urging each tarrying moment away.
Longing, it seems, for the days that are fled,
Down ancient stairways resounds someone's tread.
Heavy the footfall on flagstones unlit,—
Lower and lower and down to the pit.
Praying, it seems, for a long-vanished shore,
Dumbly the Helmsman with slow stubborn oar
Brokenly rows me, morosely alone,
Into my harbor, afar and unknown.
Evil the Ferryman, darkly he pounds;
Farther and farther, more muffled resounds,
Hostile and hopeless, the long downward climb:
Cold, ineluctable footsteps of Time. ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
New Christmas Concert Video released - watch full video in bio! @meisterton @markushuber_dirigent @sophie_magdalena_reuter
#classicalchristmasmusic #classicalchristmas #nwdphilharmonie ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Get ready to watch some new videos in the next 2 weeks! Christmas concert, New year’s eve concerts and a lot of documentaries. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
8th of January! Less then 4 weeks until the new recording with works by Myaskovsky & Bacri will be released! Follow Sabine Weyer's personal story and musical encounter with these composers. Feel the mood and atmosphere by watching the video and reading the poem chosen for this musical excerpt.
Excerpt from Flower by Aleksandr Pushkin, trans. Yevgeny Bonver
The flower, very dry and scentless,
I see in the forgotten book;
And now, with the strangest fancies,
Is filled my soul’s every nook.
Where and in which spring was it grown?
And how long? By whom was cut?
By a hand known or unknown?
And why was put this page behind? ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago