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Work: Violin Concerto in D major, Op.35

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ComposerKorngold, Erich Wolfgang (1897-1957)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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LondonSanttu conducts Mahler 1

Walker, Korngold, Mahler
Philharmonia Orchestra; Santtu-Matias Rouvali; Carolin Widmann

MadridSinfónico 02

Prieto, Korngold, Debussy, Ravel
Orquesta Nacional de España; David Afkham; Leonidas Kavakos

ValladolidMidori y Baldur Brönnimann

Mahler, Korngold, Zemlinsky
Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León; Baldur Brönnimann; Midori

AberdeenDvořák Seven

Perry, Korngold, Dvořák
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Christian Reif; Philippe Quint

LondonBrno Philharmonic Orchestra with Chloë Hanslip, violin

Janáček, Korngold, Dvořák
Brno Philharmonic; Dennis Russell Davies; Chloë Hanslip
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A rare chance to hear the first of the Danish maverick's 16 symphonies, plus Nicola Benedetti shines in Korngold's luscious Violin Concerto.
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Korngold's concerto is at the heart of The Hallé's concert of American urban music which also features Gershwin, Higdon and Bernstein.
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In a programme of Lyadov, Korngold and Rachmaninov, the Ulster Orchestra’s Chief Conductor brings an evening of music that wouldn’t sound out of place on the silver screen.  
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Dancing with history: Bamberg Symphony at Dvořák’s Prague

The Bamberg Symphony returns to its roots with Jakub Hrůša conducting high-energy gems from the Czech repertoire.
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A taste of Vienna with the Auckland Philharmonia

The slow movement is gorgeous in an unashamedly romantic fashion and Morrison, some moments of uncertain intonation aside, gave a poetic rendition, at times fining his sound down to the most exquisite filigree of sound. 
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