DAVID BOWIE: THE BERLIN TRILOGY
A celebration of David Bowie, based on the albums of the Berlin Trilogy: Low, Heroes and Lodger.
David Bowie © Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra
2016 | 103’ | HD
The singers Magnus Carlson (of group Weeping Willows), Jennie Abrahamson (who’s toured with Peter Gabriel) and Moto Boy (with a solo career in Europe), the conductor Hans Ek, the Gothenburg Symphony - The National Orchestra of Sweden and male choir from the Gothenburg Symphonic Choir, pay a tribute to David Bowie celebrating his albums of the Berlin Trilogy: Low, Heroes and Lodger. David Bowie’s cult songs, such as Heroes, Ashes to Ashes and Blackstar are played in orchestral arrangements, vibrantly closing with Where Are We Now (2013), in which he looked back on his time in Berlin.
Recorded in the Gothenburg Concert Hall
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