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Work: La Mer

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ComposerDebussy, Claude (1862-1918)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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JūrmalaConcertgebouworkest & Daniel Harding, Renée Fleming soprano

Debussy, Messiaen, Stravinsky
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Daniel Harding; Renée Fleming

AmsterdamRenée Fleming and Daniel Harding with the Concertgebouworkest

Debussy, Messiaen
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Daniel Harding; Renée Fleming

AmsterdamDaniel Harding conducts the Concertgebouworkest

Debussy, Stravinsky
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Daniel Harding

LucerneRoyal Concertgebouworkest

Wagner, Beethoven, Debussy
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Daniel Harding; Yefim Bronfman

SydneyStars and Seas: Adès, Illean & Debussy

Adès, Illean, Debussy
Sydney Symphony Orchestra; Finnegan Downie Dear
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Luisi leads, Rana reigns in an extraordinary concert in Zurich

The extraordinary Italian pianist Beatrice Rana and the Philharmonia Zürich orchestra under Fabio Luisi lit up the stage in an unforgettable performance. 
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A shimmering kaleidoscope of sonority from the ONL

Clarity and colour from Alexandre Bloch and the Orchestre National de Lille in Debussy and Ravel, with an elegant and majestic Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto from Eric Lu.
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Gale Warning: a tempestuous with the Boston Symphony

The US premiere of Dieter Ammann's Piano Concerto gets a great reception in Boston from Andreas Haefliger and conductor Susanna Mälkki. 
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An aquatic programme with Klaus Mäkelä and the Swedish RSO

Bookending a concert with Die Seejungfrau and La Mer, Klaus Mäkelä and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra offered two very different musical depictions of water and the ocean.
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A marriage of three great minds: the Gewandhaus in Lucerne

As part of a programme of works by Mozart, Debussy and Stravinsky, conductor Andris Nelsons recently paired up the venerable Gewandhausorchester Leipzig with the fine German pianist, Martin Helmchen.

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