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Obra: Die Walküre: Magic Fire Music

Buscador de conciertos de música clásica, óperas, espectáculos de ballet y danza
Datos
CompositorWagner, Richard (1813-1883)
PeriodoRomántico
Tipo de obraOpera scene/aria
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Dos consagraciones enfrentadas en Madrid

El último concierto ofrecido por la ONE ha sido una fascinante oportunidad para explorar el contraste entre Wagner y Stravinsky

Sir Bryn Terfel entertains and charms in Dublin

Sir Bryn Terfel © Mitch Jenkins | DG

Terfel delivers a dramatic Wagner, a witty Mozart and plenty of chutzpah in the Broadway hits. 

Morning Wagner at the LA Phil

Philippe Jordan © JF Leclercq
Maestro Jordan did not present a cut down version of the score. Every instrument Wagner called for was on stage, even the six harps, but the only sung piece was Brünnhilde’s Immolation. 

Janowksi ascends Bruckner 7 and admires the view

Marek Janowski © Felix Broede
Long climbs often provide the best views. The Adagio second movement of Anton Bruckner’s Seventh Symphony bears the tempo marking Sehr feierlich und sehr langsam… and it is very solemn and very slow indeed.

A magical gala evening with Bryn Terfel in Auckland

The New Zealand Symphony Orchestra really has the perfect Wagner sound. Their full, vibrant string tone and magnificent pealing brass were fully in evidence in a thrilling rendition of the concert version of the overture from Tannhäuser. Few moments in music are as exciting as the build-up to the Big Tune in this piece, and the orchestra’s performance here was barnstorming yet perfectly accurate.