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Work: Tannhäuser: Overture

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ComposerWagner, Richard (1813-1883)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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SingaporeEvelina Dobračeva sings Four Last Songs

© Dima Tarasenko
Weber, Strauss R., Wagner
Singapore Symphony Orchestra; Mario Venzago; Evelina Dobračeva

TokyoStrauss, Wagner and a Japanese premiere

NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo
Strauss R., Hosokawa, Wagner
NHK Symphony Orchestra Tokyo; Marc Albrecht; Veronika Eberle

SavonlinnaKarita Mattila – the grand festive gala

Savonlinna Opera Festival
Respighi, Verdi, Strauss R., Busoni, Ponchielli, Wagner
Savonlinna Opera Festival Orchestra; Hannu Lintu; Karita Mattila

MelbourneMozart and Mahler

Wagner, Mozart, Mahler
Melbourne Symphony Orchestra; Pietari Inkinen; Karen Gomyo
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Diamond-hard German Romantics from the LPO

Andreas Ottensamer © Lars Borges
Wagner and hard-driven Brahms counter a silky smooth performance of Weber's First Clarinet Concerto.
***11
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Poise and transparency from Elder and the Hallé

Sir Mark Elder © Russell Hart
It was only in the final moments of The Firebird that the orchestra let themselves go, following a series of sensitive and transparent performances.
****1
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Adelaide Symphony’s Master Series launches with Saint-Saëns

Nicholas Carter © Annette Koroll
A marvellous Saint-Saëns “Organ Symphony” makes great use of the Adelaide Town Hall organ. 
****1
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Roth and the LSO open their miniature festival in style

François-Xavier Roth © François Sechet
Debussy's newly unearthed Première Suite d’orchestre, hitherto unheard in the UK, was presented in the context of music that may have inspired him.
****1
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Runnicles conducts Humperdinck and Wagner

Donald Runnicles © Simon Pauly
Runnicles presents a concert weighted towards a splendid second half.
***11
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