a Nordic-Austrian duo-project by
Peter Hudler, cello
Andreas Teufel, piano
Cellist Peter Hudler and pianist Andreas Teufel, both based in Vienna/Austria share a deep affection for the Scandinavian countries and their culture. This is why they have put together this programme called „SkandinaWien“ that combines works by Scandinavian and Viennese composers and thereby shows the emotional relationship and artistic connections between these two different worlds.
Franz Schubert’s „Arpeggione Sonate“ and Jean Sibelius’ „Malinconia“ share a deeply melancholic atmosphere. Both works were written on the occasion of the death of a close family member – Schubert’s mother and Sibelius’s daughter Kirsti. Both Schubert’s piece and Edvard Grieg’s Cello Sonata were melodically inspired by simple Folk Tunes. Anyway in both cases the innocent and joyful character these melodies provide can hardly cover the underlying current of morbidity and pain.
Including and working with popular tunes of the time is also a main feature of Johanna Doderer’s piece „Break on Through“ for Cello and Piano. This contemporary Austrian composition was inspired by the famous Rock song of the same name by The Doors.
Malinconia for cello and piano op.20
Sonata for piano and arpeggione, D 821
Sonata for cello and piano, a-minor, op.36
Andante molto tranquillo
break on through
for cello and piano, DWV 95
Contact & Booking
Peter Hudler – T +43 650 7702072 – email@example.com
Photography: Gregor Nesvadba, Otto Reiter (P. Hudler)