Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra – Blomstedt
Grieg / Schubert
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Tilman Lichdi, tenor
Christian Immler, baritone
Bavarian Radio Chorus
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Herbert Blomstedt
A milestone in the 19th-century symphonic repertoire: even Robert Schumann waxed ecstatic at the »heavenly lengths« of Schubert’s Great C-major Symphony. Schubert’s path-breaking achievement was to compose, only one year after Beethoven’s Ninth, a similarly ambitious work that nonetheless struck out on paths all its own. Mozart’s virtuoso motet Exsultate, jubilate, sung by the Russian coloratura soprano Julia Lezheva, provides stunning opening to our annual benefit concert, held on Friday for the Süddeutsche Zeitung’s Advent Calendar. In contrast, Saturday’s programme will open with two of the Four Psalms for a cappella chorus by the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. Herbert Blomstedt, a Swedish conductor highly esteemed by the Munich public, will lend these pieces a delightful Scandinavian tinge.
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- Composer: Franz SchubertOpus: Symphony No 8 in C major D 944 »The Great C major«
- Composer: Edvard GriegOpuses: Four Psalms, Op 74, 1 »Hvad est du dog skjön« , Four Psalms, Op 74, 4 »I Himmelen«