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World Premiere of a Prokofiev March in a New Instrumentation

Jan Müller-Wieland recently made an adaptation of Beethoven's "Egmont" Overture for exactly the same ensemble as Igor Stravinsky used for his melodrams "The Soldier's Tale." Prof. Otfried Büsing also kept to a certain combination of instruments when he adapted the March, Op. 99 of Serge Prokofiev for orchestra. For this, he orientated himself on the instrumentation of Prokofiev's twentieth-century century classic "Peter and the Wolf."

On 14 June 2009, the Koblenz Rhenish Philharmonic under the direction Wolfram Christ will perform the world premiere of the March, Op. 99 during the course of the Hachenburg Spring Festival in Hachenburg.

Hachenburg, "Hachenburger Frühling"
World premiere: Prokofiev/Büsing,
Adaptation of March, Op. 99 for Orchestra,
(Koblenz Rhenish Philharmonic, cond.: Wolfram Christ)


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