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Work: Symphonie Nr. 44 in e-Moll "Trauersymphonie", Hob.I:44

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KomponistHaydn, Joseph (1732-1809)
PeriodeKlassik
GattungOrchestermusik
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Imaginative keyboard leadership from visiting director Richard Egarr a highlight in his programme with the Australian Chamber Orchestra's 'Golden Age' tour.
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Lawrence Power and Jonathan Morton: An astounding partnership with the Scottish Ensemble

One of today’s foremost violists, Lawrence Power joined a Scottish Ensemble augmented by two horns and two oboes for this typically boldly-programmed concert. The centrepiece was a new work by Luke Bedford, first composer-in-residence at the Wigmore Hall, written for the same musical forces as Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante, which ended the evening.
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