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Wednesday 5 OCTOBER 2002

Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten - AntwerpenRoyal Museum of Fine Arts - Antwerp
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Commemoration
1952 -2002 : 50th anniversary of the death of Lodewijk Mortelmans (1868-1952)
Organisation : Lodewijk & Frans Mortelmans vzw
Lied and Pianorecital
Anne Cambier, soprano
Jozef De Beenhouwer, piano
Program :
- Three Lyrical pieces
     a.  Lyrisch ogenblik
     b.  Vreugde
     c.  Saïdjah's Lied
- Te Meie
- Van 't Joar
 
- Humoresk
- Wiegeliedje
- Kindje, wat ben je toch zacht
- Mijn Moederken teer
- Als de Ziele luistert
- 't Is de Mandel
- Hoe schoon de Morgendauw
- Perels
- Meidag
- Fantaziedans
- Het Wielewaalt en Leeuwerkt
- Maagdekei Mei
- Koekoek
- Het jonge Jaar
 
 
1929 - piano solo
Miniature
Miniature
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1896 - Carel Vosmaer
1890 - Betuws gedicht of
Bernardus van Meurs
1928 - piano solo
1905 - Guido Gezelle
1907 - Joannes Reddingius
1948 - Angèle De Bremacker
1913 - Guido Gezelle
1900 - Guido Gezelle
1900 - Guido Gezelle
1939 - Guido Gezelle
1934 - Guido Gezelle
1929 - pian osolo
1921 - piano solo
1927 - Pol De Mont
1901 - Frans Bastiaanse
1900 - Guido Gezelle
KMSKA 2002 
KMSKA 2002 
KMSKA 2002     KMSKA 2002 Jozef De Beenhouwer & Ann Cambier 
KMSKA 2002 
KMSKA 2002
 
 
Omtrent de Gebroeders Mortelmans Lodewijk en FransMonography and Catalogue : Frans Mortelmans (About the brothers Mortelmans Lodewijk and Frans)
A first monography, by Em. Prof. Dr. Guido Persoons
 
In addition and since 1936, a first (limited) exposition was organised until November 10th 2002, presenting some remarkable paintings by Frans Mortelmans.
 
Links for more info : Frans\Bibliography  &  Shop
 

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Friday 21 JUNE 2002

Radio Klara commemmorates Lodewijk Mortelmans

KlaraRADIO KLARA
 
A mood lyricus.
That's how Jan Broeckx called the Antwerp composer Lodewijk Mortelmans.
A composer who balances between post-romantism and pre-impressionism.
A subtle composer who felt himself especially attracted towards Lied and piano.
After his dead, now 50 years ago, he left us an opera, many orchestral works, chamber works, choral works and instrumental works aswell numerous Lieder.
He was the favourite pupil of Peter Benoit, and pupil from Jan Blockx and Arthur De Greef. He was inspired by the work of Guido Gezelle, Leonardo Da Vinci, Fra Angelico, Botticelli and Wagner.
 
Recently four new CDs were released with work of Lodewijk Mortelmans
 
Program :
Music of Lodewijk Mortelmans on monday 24 JUNE 2002 :
 
Phaedra 9200407:00-09:00
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Romanza for viola and piano
Diederik Suys and Filip Martens
(CD : Phaedra 92004 - In Flanders Fields 04)
 
 
 
Phaedra 9202709:00-10:00
Request by Mr. Ivo Schilz (member of the board of Lodewijk Mortelmans foundation)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - some small works from Miniatures for piano
Hans Ryckelynck, piano
(CD : Phaedra 92027 - In Flanders Fields 27)
 
 
Pavane ADW746310:00-12:00
Conversation about Mortelmans with pianist Christel Kessels (CD : senzanome 541149990002)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Saïdjah's lied
Peter Vanhove, piano
(CD : Pavane ADW7463 - Flemish Romantic and Impressionist Piano Music)
 
 
Marco Polo 8.22510115:00-17:00
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Mythe der Lente
VRT - Philharmonic Orchestra
Silveer Van den Broeck, conductor
(CD : Marco Polo 8.225101 - Romantic Orchestral Music by Flemish Composers - Volume II)
 
 
MMP02919:30-22:30
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Lyrisch gedicht for small orchester
VRT - Philharmonic Orchestra
Bjarte Engeset, conductor
(CD : Maestro music productions MMP029 - The Flemish Connection - Orchestral Music II)
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