Prague Concert Life, 1850-1881

Event title:

Concert given by violinist Eduard Reményi

Venue: Konvikt

Event type: Art music culture

Date: 18/03/1862

Season: Lent

Programme comprising:

General participants:
  • REMÉNYI, Ede: soloist, vl
MENDELSSOHN-BARTHOLDY, Felix : Concerto for violin and orchestra, vl, orch, E minor, op.64
     • Slanský, Ludevít : pf
arr. Reményi, Ede: unspecified Hungarian folksongs , arr. vl
arr. Reményi, Ede: unspecified Moravian folksongs , arr. vl
arr. Reményi, Ede: unspecified Czech folksongs , arr. vl
BACH, Johann Sebastian : Chaconne from Partita no.2 for solo violin, vl, D minor, BWV1004
     • Reményi, Ede : vl
arr. Reményi, Ede: J. Strauss: march Radetzky , arr. vl
SCHUBERT, Franz Peter : song no.18 from song cycle Die schöne Müllerin, v, pf, op.25, D795
     • Ehrenbergů, Eleonora z : v
SCHUBERT, Franz Peter : song [Lied] Am Bach im Frühling, v, pf, D-flat major, op.109/1, D361
     • Ehrenbergů, Eleonora z : v
SCHUMANN, Robert Alexander : song An den Sonnenschein no.4 from song collection 6 Gedichte aus dem Liederbuch eines Malers, v, pf, nr.4, op.36
     • Ehrenbergů, Eleonora z : v
UNIDENTIFIED, ? : unspecified Moravian folkongs, v
     • Lukes, Jan Ludevít : v
arr. unspecified, ?: unspecified Moravian folksongs , arranged 4 male vv
     • Lukes, Jan Ludevít : v Heller, Ferdinand : v Srb, Josef : v Follberger, Bedřich : v


Bohemia 15/3/1862 reported that ‘Mr Remenyi, known to us not only as an excellent virtuoso but also as a very interesting personality, will be arranging his own concert on Tuesday evening in the Konvikt Hall.’ Brief details of this event next appeared in Bohemia 18/3/1862 which reported that Mr Remenyi will perform in his concert today (at 5pm in the evening in the Konvikt Hall), the E minor Concerto by Mendelssohn, Hungarian and Czech folktunes and Sebastian Bach’s Ciaccona for the violin.’

Detailed reviews of this concert appeared in  Prager Morgenpost 19/3/1862, Bohemia 19/3/1862 and in Prager Zeitung 21/3/1862. The Prager Morgenpost review mistakenly attributed the song An den Sonnenschein to Mendelssohn.

Summary of sources:

Bohemia (15/03/1862)
Bohemia (18/03/1862)
Bohemia (19/03/1862)
Prager Morgenpost (19/03/1862)
Prager Zeitung (21/03/1862)