This reappraisal of “Begegnung,” a seldom discussed Hugo Wolf setting of the eponymous poem by Eduard Mörike, shows that despite its ostensible simplicity, the poem, typically for Mörike, harbours a wealth of ambivalent meanings, which are only further enriched in Wolf ’s setting. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
New Yorker. 4/29/2019, Vol. 95 Issue 10, p10-10. 1/9p.
WOLF, Hugo, 1860-1903, KATZ, Martin, and BROOKLYN Public Library
The article previews an April 28, 2019 performance of works by composer Hugo Wolf, starring pianist Martin Katz, at the Brooklyn Public Library, and a May 3, 2019 performance at the Brooklyn Historical Society, both in New York City.