Im Abendrot

30 December 2011

I made this small film based on Richard Strauss’ song Im Abendrot (with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano and George Szell, conductor).

I dedicate this film to my mother Susan and to my brother Eli. After their sudden death I had such a strong feeling that life is there as layers, merging into us and into life itself – slowly, but not disappearing; where past, present and future suddenly can become one.

The text of the poem is included at the beginning of the film. I leave you to listen as my images dissolve and merge, one into another.

One crystallized feeling

19 September 2013

with “Les Larmes de Jacqueline” composed by Jacques Offenbach

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And death shall have no dominion

5 June 2012

with Dylan Thomas’ “And death shall have no dominion”

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The Waltz

28 May 2012

with Frederic Chopin: Waltz in A minor, Op. 34 No.2 Lento
performed by Vladimir Horowitz.

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27 May 2012

with Catalan folk song, arranged by Pablo Casals
performed by Mischa Maisky and Lily Maisky.

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27 December 2011

with Franz Liszt: Consolation nr 3 in D flat major lento placido
performed by Vladimir Horowitz.

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Rite de Passage

25 December 2011

with Alexander Scriabin: Etude in C sharp minor, op. 2, nr 1
performed by Vladimir Horowitz.

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23 December 2011

with Domenico Scarlatti: Sonata in B minor, K87
performed by Vladimir Horowitz.

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