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Work: Capriccio, Op.85: sextet

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ComposerStrauss, Richard (1864-1949)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOpera scene/aria
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New York CityJupiter Symphony Chamber Players: Warhorses

© NASA
Schubert, Strauss R., Wagner, Ernst, Brahms
Roman Rabinovich; William Hagen; Lisa Shihoten; Paul Neubauer

Graz4. Kammerkonzert

Strauss R., Brahms, Tchaikovsky
Roland Glassl; Jens Peter Maintz; Mandelring Quartett; Sebastian Schmidt

ParisLe Sacre du Printemps, Mikko Franck

Strauss R., Stravinsky
Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France; Mikko Franck; Asmik Grigorian; Cécile Agator; Arno Madoni; Aurélia Souvignet-Kowalski
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Skimmed milk replaces rich cream

Alisa Weilerstein © Decca | Harald Hoffmann
Alisa Weilerstein and Trondheim Soloists have an eye on the calories in three great Romantic string sextets by Richard Strauss, Schoenberg and Tchaikovsky.
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Also sprach Richard Strauss

Renée Fleming with the Boston Symphony © Hilary Scott
Renée Fleming assumes the role of the Countess is Capriccio as part of an all-Strauss program at Symphony Hall. 
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From the cradle to the grave: German Romantics from the Nash Ensemble

Nash Ensemble © Hanya Chlala | ArenaPAL
A rare and compelling performance of Beethoven's string quintet was the centrepiece of another instalment in the Nash Ensemble's traversal of German Romantic composers.
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Up close and personal at the Arnold Schönberg Center in Vienna

Die Musik by Gustav Klimt © Wikicommons
A gorgeous programme of Wagner, Strauss and Schoenberg and fragments in sextet arrangements
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Elisabeth Leonskaja: grande dame of the piano

Elisabeth Leonskaja © Julia Wesely
The last of the renowned ‘Soviet school’ returns to Sydney to play Mozart, where "every note had its own significance and direction".
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