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Work: Triple Concerto for violin, cello, and piano in C major, Op.56

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ComposerBeethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827)
PeriodRomantic
Work typeOrchestral
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Playful passion: Sitkovetsky Trio sparkle in Triple Concerto

Christoph Poppen conducts the Hong Kong Sinfonietta © Hong Kong Sinfonietta Ltd
A forced programme change by Hong Kong Sinfonietta proves beneficial, lightening up the evening with Mozart’s overture to Le nozze di Figaro before a pair of Beethoven works. 
****1
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Finlandia and Tchaikovsky from RTÉ NSO

Thomas Kemp © Rita Flanagan
A fiery rendition of Sibleius' Finlandia and an interesting account of Tchaikovsky's The Symphony of Life while Beethoven's Triple Concerto fails to convince. 
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Sweeping Bruckner but lacklustre Beethoven from the APO

Giordano Bellincampi © Andreas Köhring
Bellincampi’s way with this symphony was impressive: he knitted the composer’s sometimes diffuse structural cells into something cohesive, with no loss of tension in the various silences and odd transitional moments.
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Successful resurrection of Farrenc's Third Symphony by Insula Orchestra

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There's a strong chance that the majority of the audience had never seen Louise Farrenc's Third Symphony before; conductor Laurence Equilbey made a strong case for repeat performances.
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A trio of great Bs: Beethoven, Bruckner and Blomstedt

Herbert Blomstedt © Mark Allan | Barbican
The amazing phenomenon that is Herbert Blomstedt leads the Gewandhausorchester from Leipzig in Beethoven's Triple Concerto and Bruckner's mighty Seventh.
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