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Work: Grosse Fuge - fugue for string quartet in B flat major, Op.133

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ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
Work typeChamber
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LondonRush-Hour Lates with Brodsky Quartet: Beethoven Opp. 135 & 133

© Sarah Cresswe
Beethoven, Mendelssohn
Brodsky Quartet

PragueHagen Quartett: Beethoven Quartets

Czech Philharmonic
Hagen Quartet

LondonStephen Kovacevich 80th Birthday Concert

Mozart, Debussy, Beethoven
Stephen Kovacevich; Martha Argerich; Tamsin Waley-Cohen; Krzysztof Chorzelski


Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Edo de Waart


Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Edo de Waart
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Exploring the fugue with the Brodsky Quartet in Auckland

Brodsky Quartet © Duncan Matthews
This was a true tour de force and a fitting climax to a rather miraculous examination of counterpoint through musical history.
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Utterly thrilling: Prelude – Skydiving from a Dream

Prelude – Skydiving from a dream © Louise Mather
Prelude – Skydiving from a Dream from Scottish Ensemble and Andersson Dance: mesmeric choreographed Bach and Lutosławski with a blistering performance of Beethoven’s Grosse Fugue played from memory and on the move. Thrilling, daring and exciting.
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Brilliant 100th anniversary season closer from The Cleveland Orchestra

Franz Welser-Möst at the podium (17 May concert) © Ken Blaze, courtesy of The Cleveland Orchestra
A line-up of well-matched vocal soloists and a chorus in top form, along with passionate conducting by Franz Welser-Möst made for a memorable closing concert of this important milestone season.
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Borodin Quartet plays Shostakovich and Beethoven

The Borodin Quartet seemed safely in their comfort zone with a selection of staple works from Shosatkovich and Beethoven. 
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Cleveland Orchestra and Thibaudet vs. Mother Nature: Beethoven and Liszt at Blossom Festival

Sometimes the creations of humans, no matter how artistic, can’t compete with the drama of nature. Such was the case this past Saturday evening at Blossom Music Center, the summer home of the Cleveland Orchestra (about a 45-minute drive south of Cleveland) in their first weekend of concerts for the season.
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