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Utolsó frissítés: 2017.11.17.

A Gregorián Társaság nemzetközi fesztiváljai




4. Fesztivál
           2008. július 3 - 6.
Ecce quam bonum et quam iucundum habitare fratres in unum!
Íme, mily jó és mily gyönyörűséges, ha együtt laknak a testvérek!


Festival
Organised by
the Gregorian Association and the Episcopacy of Vác
3-6 July 2008

The Gregorian festival is organised due to the extensive interest in the previous festivals. Thousands visited the programmes in 1998, 2002 and 2005. This year we also expect that music and singing teachers, conductors, church musicians and those all who are interested in sacred and artistic music will participate in the events of the festival.

The main patron of the festival is Dr Miklós Beer, diocesan bishop of Vác. The invited scholas are coming from Austria, The Czech Republic, Estonia, Japan, Hungary, Norway and Italy.

One of the main aims of the festival is that the participants learn and live the Gregorian songs in the liturgy where they originated from. The liturgical occasions make Gregorian festivals important as the artistic value of Gregorian singing and Gregorian as prayer can be experienced through these occasions. The scholas sing the psalms and the changing parts of the mass, but everybody can join the permanent parts. Beside this, on the concerts, the scholas introduce different styles of interpreting Gregorian singing.

The other aim is to allow inspection in the Gregorian researches which are in process in Western Europe. The Gregorian Association has invited internationally well-known scholars who are going to hold their lectures:

Prof. Dr. Godehard Joppich, professor of the Ruhr Folkwang Music Academy, Essen, Prof. Cornelius Pouderoijen, OSB, professor of the Music Academy of Vienna and Mag. Xavier Kainzbauer, teacher of Gregorian, Mozarteum, Salzburg.

On Saturday, on the open day, several scholas are going to introduce themselves from Hungary and beyond the border. Even coinage and badge making workshops are going to be in operation that day and also the next morning.

During the festival professional and art exhibitions are going to be on view at the Apor Vilmos College.

Information given by: The Gregorian Association 1364 Budapest Pf. 342

www.gregoriantarsasag.hu

E-mail: mail@gregoriantarsasag.hu

PROGRAMMES IN VÁC

Thursday, July 3
2.30pm Opening of the exhibitions at Apor Vilmos College (Address: Konstantin tér 1-5
opened by Dr. Miklós Beer, Jubilate Schola, Cantate Schola - Ferenc Sapszon jr.
6.00pm Opening ceremony, pontifical Gregorian holy mass in the Cathedra
celebrated by Dr. István Seregély
7.00pm Concert of scholas in the Cathedral
 
Friday, July 4
8.30am Book Review lecture 'Psallite sapienter' - essay-volume, written in order to salute 80 year-old Georg Béres, Lecturer: Dr István Verbényi
9.00am Lecture at the Apor Vilmos College: Mag. Xaver Kainzbauer (Salzburg): Computerized possibilities of gregorian research
10.00am Lecture at the Apor Vilmos College: Prof. Cornelius Pouderoijen OSB (Vienna): Composition and rendition in gregorian chant
11.30am Lecture at the Apor Vilmos College: Prof. Dr. Godehard Joppich (Germany):
Is there still any open question in gregorian semiology?
4.00pm Concert of scholas in the church of the Whites
6.00pm Gregorian Vesper (evening prayer) in the Piarist church
7.30pm Concert of scholas in the Cathedral
 
Saturday, July 5
8.00am Gregorian Laudes (morning prayer) in the Franciscan church
9.00am Open day in the Piarist church (introduction of the invited scholas)
11.00am Gregorian holy mass in the Cathedral
celebrated by Dr Nándor Takács, bishop
12.00pm Concert of the scholas in the Cathedral
1.00pm Reception in the Episcopal Palace
Codex copying and badge making workshops in the Episcopal Palace
6.00pm Gregorian Vesper in the Franciscan church
7.30pm Concert of scholas in the Cathedral
 
Sunday, July 6
8.30am Gregorian Laudes in the Piarist church
9.15am Codex copying and badge making workshops at the entrance of Cathedral
10.00am Gregorian holy mass and Te Deum in the Cathedral
celebrated by Dr Miklós Beer, Vác diocesan bishop
 
Exhibitions at the Apor Vilmos College:
Professional exhibition: The writing of Gregorian neumas
Art exhibition: Tünde Balog textile artist
János Hermann miniaturic carver

PROGRAMMES IN BUDAPEST
 
Friday, July 4
St Mihály church (47 Váci utca)
7.00pm Concert
St Anna church (7 Batthyány tér)
6.00pm Gregorian mass
6.45pm Concert
St Imre church (25 Villányi út)
6.00pm Gregorian mass
6.45pm Concert

 
The invited Scholas on the IV. Gregorian Festival in Vác
Austria: Grazer Choralschola of the Music Academy of Graz - Prof. Dr. Franz Karl Prassl and Prof. Eugeen Liven d'Abelardo
Schola Resupina (Vienna) - Isabell Köstler
Estonia: Vox Clamantis (Tallin) - Jaan-Eik Tulve
Japan: Chorus Instituti St. Gregorius (Tokyo) - Veronika Hashimoto
Hungary: Cantate Schola (Budapest) - Jr. Ferenc Sapszon
Jubilate Schola (Budapest) - Jr. Ferenc Sapszon
Schola Gregoriana Budapestinensis - György Béres
Italy: In Dulci Jubilo (Verona) - Prof. Dr. Alberto Turco
 
The Invited Lecturers:
Prof. Dr. Godehard Joppich, professor of the Ruhr Folkwang Music Academy, Essen
Prof Cornelius Pouderoijen, OSB, professor of the Music Academy of Vienna
Mag. Xavier Kainzbauer, teacher of Gregorian, Mozarteum, Salzburg

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