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Work: Schicksalslied: Song of Destiny for Chorus and Orchestra, Op.54

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ComposerBrahms, Johannes (1833-1897)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeChoral
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PamplonaOrquesta Sinfónica de Navarra

Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra
Brahms, Beethoven
Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra; Manuel Hernández Silva; Orfeón Pamplonés

LondonProm 35: Enigma Variations

Kalevi Aho, Sally Beamish, Sir Harrison Birtwistle, Richard Blackford, Gavin Bryars, Brett Dean, Dai Fujikura, Wim Henderickx, Colin Matthews, Anthony Payne, John Pickard, David Sawer, Iris ter Schiphorst and Judith Weir, Vaughan Williams, Brahms, Elgar
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; Martyn Brabbins; Nadine Benjamin; Idunnu Münch; William Morgan; David Ireland

LinköpingGreat Mass in C minor

Great Mass in C minor
Brahms, Lindström, Mahler, Mozart
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christina Hörnell; Karin Dahlberg; Susanna Stern; Leif Aruhn-Solén; Lars Arvidson

NorrköpingGreat Mass in C minor

Great Mass in C minor
Brahms, Lindström, Mahler, Mozart
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra; Christina Hörnell; Karin Dahlberg; Susanna Stern; Leif Aruhn-Solén; Lars Arvidson

Hong KongSounds of Hong Kong

de Curtis, Poulenc, Brahms
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra; Kuokman Lio; Louise Kwong; Duo Ping and Ting; Hong Kong Children's Choir; Hong Kong Philharmonic Chorus
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A mostly solemn Good Friday in Belfast

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Mozart’s early youthful 29th Symphony felt rather misplaced in this otherwise solemn concert from Rafael Payare, Ulster Orchestra and the Belfast Philharmonic Choir. 
****1
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Blowing away the cobwebs in Brahms' Requiem

Edward Grint © Jan Rebuschat
Two choral works by Brahms and a striking rarity by Schumann performed by the Constanza Chorus and the London Mozart Players directed by Joanna Bywater.
***11
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Fateful poems: Brahms and Scriabin in Oslo

An impressively balanced, but somewhat bloodless Schicksalslied gave way to intoxicating and seductive performances of Scriabin’s Poeme de l’extase and Third Symphony.
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An inspired Mozart Requiem from Houston

Houston Symphony's Andrés Orozco-Estrada brings remarkable intention to Mozart's sacred masterpiece. 
***11
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The Hong Kong Sinfonietta and SingFest 2013 Festival Chorus in Beethoven and Brahms

Thursday December 22nd, 1808 was a bitterly cold day in Vienna. Beethoven took the stage in what was to be his last public performance as soloist with orchestra. The crammed programme lasted some four hours. Due to lack of rehearsal time, the evening didn’t go smoothly, with the final Choral Fantasy having to be stopped and started again.
****1
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