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Work: Adagio for strings, Op.11

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ComposerBarber, Samuel (1910-1981)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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Perth WAHollywood noir meets Paris with Jazz

Barber, Tomasi, Weill, Gershwin
West Australian Symphony Orchestra; Asher Fisch; Brent Grapes

MelbourneRautavaara: Angel of Light

Lyon, Barber, Rautavaara
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Benjamin Northey; Rachel Shaw; Nicolas Fleury

MadridConcierto de violín de Korngold con Sonia Klikiewicz

Concierto de violín de Korngold con Sonia Klikiewicz
Barber, Korngold, Beethoven
Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid; Nicola Luisotti; Sonia Klikiewicz
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Florence Price's First Symphony gets its Philadelphia Orchestra debut

Yannick Nézet-Séguin © Jeff Fusco
There was already a resurgence of interest in Price in recent years, but the flurry of activity to programme her works this year as a response to Black Lives Matter suggests things are finally changing.  
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Kitchen sink Carmen: Măcelaru rounds off the ONF season in style

ONF Percussion © France Musique
The percussion department of the Orchestre National de France took their turn in the spotlight for Rodion Shchedrin's ballet. 
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The LA Phil's Edinburgh Festival residency goes out with a bang

Gustavo Dudamel © Adam Latham
Dudamel has the crowd eating out of his hand, though Adams' new piano concerto leaves doubts.
****1
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Assured Slatkin takes us on an emotionally compelling journey

Leonard Slatkin addresses the Hong Kong audience © Ka Lam/HK Phil

Mixing American and Russian classics, Slatkin articulated the structural design of the works and delivered their emotional essence.

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A medley of melodies from Joshua Bell and the ASMF

Joshua Bell © Bill Phelps
Nothing to make the horses shy in this latest instalment of the successful artistic partnership between the ASMF and its Music Director.
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