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Work: Battalia, for strings and continuo

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ComposerBiber, Heinrich Ignaz Franz von (1644-1704)
PeriodEarly
Work typeOrchestral
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CambridgeScherzi Musicali

Farina, von Westhoff, Walther, Scheidt, Schmelzer, Biber
Academy of Ancient Music; Bojan Čičić

LondonScherzi Musicali | Academy of Ancient Music

Farina, von Westhoff, Walther, Scheidt, Schmelzer, Biber
Academy of Ancient Music; Bojan Čičić

GainesvilleAcademy of St Martin in the Fields / Johannes Moser

Tippett, Bach C.P.E., Corelli, Biber, Geminiani
Academy of St Martin in the Fields; Johannes Moser

Kansas CityAcademy of St Martin in the Fields / Johannes Moser

Tippett, Bach C.P.E., Corelli, Biber, Geminiani
Academy of St Martin in the Fields; Johannes Moser

SydneyArabella Steinbacher plays LentzWorld premiere

Biber, Lentz, Strauss R.
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Umberto Clerici; Arabella Steinbacher
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Joyful music-making from Kadesha and the Manchester Camerata

Five diverse pieces from Central Europe are united by humour and fine perfomances by Jovan Ilias Kadesha as soloist and director of the Manchester Camerata.
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Playful, creative and joyous: Pekka Kuusisto directs the SCO

Pekka Kuusisto’s direction of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is playful, creative and joyous in a mixed programme from Biber to Bartók, Haydn to Messiaen wrapped round with Ravel.

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Baltic Sea Festival celebrates a cherished conductor

Esa-Pekka Salonen brings the Baltic Sea Festival to an end in an eclectic, risk-taking programme of music by Biber, Beethoven and himself.
*****
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A portrait of a world drawn closer, as depicted by Esa-Pekka Salonen

The Los Angeles Philharmonic’s spotlight on Salonen the creative artist also imparted thoughts on our interconnected world. 
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Living sculptures, dancing gypsies and battlefields

An overall commendable performance dampened only by a ho-hum Beethoven. 
***11
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