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On demand: Poulenc: Sonata for horn trumpet and trombone

GSOplayRecorded at Gothenburg Concert Hall: Stora Salen, Gothenburg, Sweden
Online until Monday 31 August 2020
Performers
Per IvarssonTrumpet
Alec Frank-GemmillFrench horn
Endre Rydland VetåsTrombone

Francis Poulenc was one of the composers who in the 1920s liberated music from seriousness, heaviness and self-importance. Lively music that was open to impressions from the street, the markets and the varieties of Paris. Most often with a twinkle in the eye but occasionally with sadness visiting. The sonata for brass instruments has humour, elegance and a few surprises, like the crashing notes in the finale.

The concert is part of this spring’s digital news GSOplay Sessions, where you get really close to artists and ensembles in imaginative film productions with creative lighting for the concert hall’s beautiful fund. New music that will amaze you, beautiful classics that you cannot resist. Everything at the highest level with musicians from Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra.

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