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31/03/2024 Su 18.30


The Erlkings · Bryan Benner · Ivan Turkalj · Simon Teurezbacher · Thomas Toppler · Marcello Smigliante Gentile


The Erlkings breathe new life into classical songs.


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Portrait of the ensemble The Erlkings
The Erlkings © Austrian Tourist Office Peak Motion Film


  • Ensemble
    The Erlkings
  • Gesang. Gitarre
    Bryan Benner
  • Violoncello
    Ivan Turkalj
  • Tuba
    Simon Teurezbacher
  • Schlagwerk, Vibraphon
    Thomas Toppler
  • Mandoline
    Marcello Smigliante Gentile


  • 00:06:00
    Ludwig van Beethoven «Adelaide» op. 46
  • 00:03:00
    Ludwig van Beethoven «Zärtliche Liebe» WoO 123
  • 00:03:00
    Ludwig van Beethoven «Sehnsucht» op.83/2
  • 00:06:00
    Ludwig van Beethoven «An die Hoffnung» op. 32
  • 00:03:00
    Ludwig van Beethoven «Mailied» op. 52/4
  • 00:05:00
    Ludwig van Beethoven «Neue Liebe, neues Leben» op. 75/2
  • 00:13:00
    Ludwig van Beethoven «An die ferne Geliebte» op.98: I.-VI.
  • 00:25:00
  • 00:04:00
    Franz Schubert «Auf dem Wasser zu singen» D 774
  • 00:04:00
    Franz Schubert «Der Jüngling am Bache II» D 192
  • 00:03:00
    Franz Schubert «Die Forelle» D 550
  • 00:05:00
    Franz Schubert «Erlkönig» D 328
  • 00:02:00
    Franz Schubert «Meeres Stille» D 216
  • 00:03:00
    Franz Schubert «An den Mond» D 193
  • 00:03:00
    Franz Schubert «Nähe des Geliebten» D 162
  • 00:05:00
    Franz Schubert «Gretchen am Spinnrade» D 118

Supporting programs

31/03/2024 Su 17.00


Jugendsinfonieorchester NÖ

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The Erlkings' new programme is a celebration of Beethoven and Schubert that contrasts them in clever arrangements for unusual instrumental combinations. Among other items, they revisit the original blueprints for the art song, namely Beethoven’s short song cycle «An die ferne Geliebte» and some of his stand-alone songs such as «Adelaide» and «Ich liebe dich». In the programme's second half the Sturm und Drang of Beethoven is contrasted with the deeply empathetic world of Schubert. Song such as «An den Mond» and «Gretchen am Spinnrade» underscore just how much the art of song composition developed between Beethoven and Schubert. For Beethoven's songs the ensemble will enhance its already unique sound with the wonderful mandolin playing of Neapolitan virtuoso Marcello Smigliante Gentile.

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