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Work: Symphony no. 39 in E flat major, K543

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ComposerMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)
PeriodClassical
Year1788
Work typeOrchestral
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LondonMozart’s Keys

© Marc Borggreve
Mozart
Ian Page; Ronald Brautigam; Samantha Clarke; The Mozartists

ClevelandTruls Mørk plays Dvořák

Mozart, Dvořák
The Cleveland Orchestra; Franz Welser-Möst; Truls Mørk

BerlinKammerakademie Potsdam & Antonello Manacorda I

© Nikolaj Lund
Mozart
Kammerakademie Potsdam; Antonello Manacorda

StockholmMozart & Strauss

Mozart & Strauss
Mozart, Strauss R.
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Manfred Honeck

AmsterdamHavana Lyceum Orchestra and Sarah Willis in Mozart y Mambo

Havana Lyceum Orchestra and Sarah Willis in Mozart y Mambo
Mozart, Campo
Havana Lyceum Orchestra; Méndez Padrón José Antonio; Sarah Willis
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Zukerman returns to Kansas City to celebrate Beethoven and Isaac Stern

Pinchas Zukerman © Cheryl Mazak
Janáček's The Fiddler’s Child and Mozart's 39th Symphony complete a varied program under Michael Stern.
***11
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Mozart’s final flourish from the OAE at The Anvil

Iván Fischer © Akos Stiller

Handsome, if not razor-sharp, performances of familiar repertoire, given with affection, ear-catching colour and boundless vitality.

****1
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Heady Mozart and Strauss for dessert

Imogen Cooper © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Imogen Cooper shone in Aurora's serious and fulsome performances of Mozart.
****1
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Antipodean Amadeus: ACO's Mozart scales the heights

Richard Tognetti and the Australian Chamber Orchestra at Milton Court © Mark Allan | Barbican
Mozart's final three symphonies make for a brilliant opening to the Australian Chamber Orchestra's London residency. 
*****
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A rediscovery and a première in Seattle

Ludovic Morlot © Chris Lee
When news of the discovery of Stravinsky's Funeral Song reached the classical music world, a near-revolution of excitement took place.
****1
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