Beethoven’s Symphony No 6 (Pastoral Symphony) Tobias Melle

Beethoven’s Symphony No 6 (Pastoral Symphony)

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Münchener Bach-Orchester
Münchener Bach-Chor
Tobias Melle, photography
Tamara Obermayr, alto
Jörg Dürmüller, tenor
Thomas Tatzl, baritone
Director: Hansjörg Albrecht

For 25 years, musician and photographer Tobias Melle has pursued the visualisation of symphonic music. An outstanding feature of his works is the structurally and emotionally harmonious translation of musical contexts into associative image sequences.

During the performance, he provides the visual »voice« to the orchestra’s sound – live and in person – taking his cue from the conductor’s interpretation just like a musical soloist. In his »Pastorale in Bildern« (»Pastoral in Images«), Tobias Melle builds a bridge to the present based on the movement headings of Ludwig van Beethoven’s 6th Symphony, the »Pastoral Symphony«. Using a wide variety of photographic and video techniques, he gives Beethoven’s »expression of feeling« visual form.

To achieve a far-reaching environmental benefit outside the concert hall, Melle cooperates with »Plant for the Planet«, which plants a tree against the climate crisis with each concert ticket sold.

(MünchenMusik GmbH & Co. KG)

  • Composer: Ludwig van BeethovenOpus: »Meeresstille und glückliche Fahrt« – cantata, Op 112
  • Composer: Felix Mendelssohn BartholdyOpus: »Die erste Walpurgisnacht« – ballad, Op 60
  • Composer: Ludwig van BeethovenOpus: Symphony No 6 in F major, Op 68 »Pastoral Symphony« – in pictures by Tobias Melle

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