Dresden Philharmonic – Daniel Müller-Schott, cello
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Daniel Müller-Schott, cello
Conductor: Cristian Măcelaru
When he has to wait for a delayed flight yet again, Daniel Müller-Schott sometimes unpacks his cello and plays. After all, he is no stranger to waiting at airports, having been a guest of the leading orchestras for many years and playing on the world’s great stages. This November he will avoid a wait at the airport by performing in his hometown of Munich. A good opportunity to experience Müller-Schott live. After all, how many of us are lucky enough to be happening to wait for a flight at the same time as him?
With the Dresden Philharmonic, he plays Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto from the post-war year of 1919 – the British composer’s last major completed composition and a work full of melancholy and parting mood. Daniel Müller-Schott’s 2006 recording of the work was considered »exemplary« by the »neue musikzeitung«. The programme further includes three pieces from Antonín Dvořák’s »Legends«, originally written for piano for four hands and orchestrated in 1881, as well as Johannes Brahms’ Symphony No 3.
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- Composer: Antonín DvořákOpus: »Legends« No 1, 6 and 10, Op 59
- Composer: Edward ElgarOpus: Concerto for violoncello and orchestra in E minor, Op 85
- Composer: Johannes BrahmsOpus: Symphony No 3 in F major, Op 90