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Orchestre des Champs Elysée - Schumann, Dvorak...

Orchestre des Champs Elysée combines great beauty and fragility, flowing in three uninterrupted movements, just like the impetus that gave birth to it.

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Is this Brahms? No, it's Dvorak... This Seventh Symphony in D minor (1885) follows closely on the heels of the premiere of the Third by his friend and elder (1882), which undeniably inspired him. The latter held this Seventh in high regard.

The sound of the cello will definitely give its colour and its dark warmth to this evening which will begin with the first romantic concerto written for it: Schumann's. Created in 1860, thus preceding those of Saint-Saëns, Lalo, and of course ... Dvorak, it opens the way while relegating brilliant virtuosity to the background. Written in a single gesture in two weeks, it combines great beauty and fragility, flowing in three uninterrupted movements, just like the impetus that gave birth to it.

J. BRAHMS "TRAGIC" OVERTURE OP.81

R. SCHUMANN CELLO CONCERTO IN A M OP. 129

A. DVORAK SYMPHONY N°7 IN D M OP.70

Genre Classical Music
Recording location La Seine Musicale, Paris
Production year 2021
Duration 84'
Conductor PHILIPPE HERREWEGHE
Soloist NICOLAS ALTSTAEDT

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