Tranströmer in music and in our hearts
Come and experience the joy of Tomas Tranströmer received the Nobel Prize in Literature. An evening with his poems will of course also be filled with music, as they often refer to piano playing and music, both classical and jazz. Read by Ingvar Berg. For the music responds brothers Gunnar and Mats Dalborg. The program has already made a number of occasions in Mälardalen, Stockholm and Öland. The program takes about one and a half hour and can be easily customized.
W A Mozart (1756-1791) Adagio from the Flute Quartet in F 295
STORM from 17 Poems, 1954
About Tomas Tranströmer, Nobel Prize in Literature 2011
C. Nielsen (1865-1931) Fog Lifts
ALLEGRO from the Half-finished Heaven, 1962
J Haydn (1732-1809) Sonate No 23
Gunnar de Frumerie (1908-1987) Saraband from Pastoral suite
F Chopin (1810-1849) Nocturne in D flat major
C Major from the Half-finished heaven
E Grieg (1843-1907) Nocturne in C major
S Rachmaninoff (1873-1943) vocalise op.34 No. 14
Identification of Night Vision, 1970
J S Bach (1685-1750) Siciliano (G minor) from Sonata No. 11 in E flat major
J S Bach Sarabande from solopartita in A minor
BEFORE THE TIME RADIO MAST from East Lakes, 1974
F Chopin (1810-1849) Berceuse in D flat major
MARCH -79 from the Wild Square, 1983
Robert Hahn (1908-2001) The desire of Bo Setterlinds Rosa Rosarum
L. van Beethoven (1770-1827) "Moonlight Sonata", 1st movement
ROMAN ARCHES from The Living and the Dead, 1989
Duke Ellington: Is God A Three Word For Love
Errol Garner: Misty
L Hart, Arranged by Lee Evans: My Funny Valentine
Subject to changes
Read by Ingvar Bergh, often engaged in similar contexts and with a background as a teacher of, among other things recitation and teaching drama at Dalarna University.
For the music responds Gunnar Dalborg, piano, now living in southern Sweden with a past in Vasteras, Tranströmer resident for 35 years. Gunnar has among other things been President of the World Heritage Kopparberget Falun Mine and but also The Malar International Music Festival along with Patrik Jablonski. He hired often as an accompanist in a professional context.
Gunnar's brother Mats Dalborg, flute, has among other things been a priest in Gärdslösa, Oland - Erik Johan Stagnelius birthplace and founded the Society Stagnelii Friends. Mats is a musician and has composed several Swedish poets.