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Composer: Martin, Frank (1890-1974)

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Year of birth1890
Year of death1974
Period20th century
August 2018
Evening performance
Matinee performance
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La Chaise-DieuMesse à double chœur

Pincemaille, Bruckner, Martin
Nicole Corti; Spirito

BochumBosy Chor Abschlussskonzert Landeschorfest NRW

Bernstein, Martin
Bochumer Symphoniker; Oratorienchor Köln; Kinderchor Gütersloh

OxfordBrahms, Martin & Ravel: Milan Siljanov & Nino Chokhonelidze

Brahms, Martin & Ravel: Milan Siljanov & Nino Chokhonelidze
Brahms, Ravel, Martin
Milan Siljanov; Nino Chokhonelidze

ViennaEnsembleematinee im Mahler-Saal 2

Gounod, Korngold, Mozart, Mahler, Strauss R., Rachmaninov, Wagner, Puccini, Strauss II, Martin
Szilvia Vörös; Lukhanyo Moyake; Thomas Lausmann

LinzHindemith, Martin, Respighi

Hindemith, Martin, Respighi
Bruckner Orchester Linz; Eugene Tzigane; Benjamin Beilman
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Manze and Fox’s brilliant Britten

Andrew Manze © Benjamin Ealovega
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra also have a winner in a radiant Vaughan Williams Symphony no. 5.
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Northern Ballet celebrates MacMillan

Javier Torres and Antoinette Brooks Daw in MacMillan's Gloria © Lauren Godfrey
Northern Ballet celebrates master choreographer Kenneth MacMillan with considerable style 
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Daniel Hope and the Basel Chamber Orchestra

Daniel Hope © Harald Hoffmann | DG
Hope can spin high-lying musical phrases with a sweetness and suspension that few of his contemporaries can match.
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Bitter wine: WNO's Le Vin herbé

Catherine Wyn-Rogers (La mère d'Iseut) © Robert Workman
Frank Martin’s Le Vin herbé is as anti-Wagnerian a work as you could imagine. It is also the odd one out in Welsh National Opera’s “Love’s Poisoned Chalice” spring season.
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A moving double bill of French tragedy

Anne-Marie Loveday (Eurydice) and Alexey Gusev (Orphée) © RCS | Julie Howden
Music, singing and movement blend together in a powerfully moving double bill of French Tragedy, Les Malheurs d’Orphée and Le Vin herbé  at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.   
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