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Work: The Golden Spinning Wheel, Op.109

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ComposerDvořák, Antonín (1841-1904)
PeriodRomantic
Year1896
Work typeOrchestral
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StockholmSandström Trombone Concerto

Dvořák, Sandström, Strauss R.
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Harding; Håkan Björkman

StockholmJanacék's Sinfonietta

Janacék's Sinfonietta
Dvořák, Janáček
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Karina Canellakis

StockholmCanellakis and Ehnes

Canellakis and Ehnes
Dvořák, Janáček, Bartók
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Karina Canellakis; James Ehnes

ParisBarbe-Bleue (version concert)

Dvořák, Bartók
Orchestre National de France; Gianandrea Noseda; Matthias Goerne; Michelle DeYoung
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Czech lyricism and fervour from the LSO and Kazushi Ono

Kazushi Ono conducts the LSO © Mark Allan | Barbican

Kazushi Ono and LSO forces go with the flow in Janáček’s Glagolitic Mass after a relatively uninspiring first half.

***11
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Prom 1: Karina Canellakis opens the 2019 BBC Proms season in style

Karina Canellakis © Chris Christodoulou
Canellakis is an elegant conductor who invests so much in the music and inhabits its lilts and thrills with her whole demeanour.
****1
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An intriguing program of rarities in Chicago

James Conlon lead the CSO in a selection of four rarely heard works.
***11
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A revelation: Krystian Zimerman tackles Brahms with the LSO

What a rare and uplifting experience it is to hear a performance of such quality, depth of feeling and maturity as that given of Brahms Piano Concerto no.1 in D minor by Krystian Zimerman, the LSO and Simon Rattle. 
*****
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Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic study musical portraiture

The composers Debussy, Dvořák, Schoenberg and Elgar and aren’t often associated with each other, but they featured together in the first of three concerts in Carnegie Hall with Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic. The works on the program, it turned out, all dated from the 1890s and all were program music.
****1
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