Provocation & rebellion
Patrick Bailey introduces music of provocation and rebellion in the LPO's 15/16 season.
Royal Festival Hall 2015/16
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Jurowski conducts Bruckner’s Symphony No. 3
Shostakovich Cello Concerto No. 2
Bruckner Symphony No. 3
Vladimir Jurowski conductor
Natalia Gutman cello
London Philharmonic Orchestra
As Bruckner’s Third Symphony creeps into life through an awed hush, it reveals the composer’s regard for his two great musical heroes: Ludwig van Beethoven and Richard Wagner. But this was also the symphony with which Bruckner properly revealed to this world his own voice, in all its grandeur and individuality. From the majestic lone trumpet of its opening to the huge, overarching structure those chiselled notes engender, Bruckner’s Third was one that heralded a new sense of breadth and awe that symphonic music hadn’t visited before. Vladimir Jurowski conducts this monumental piece after the dashing drive of Shostakovich’s Cello Concerto No. 2.
This concert is dedicated to the memory of Kurt Masur, Principal Conductor of the LPO 2000–07
This performance is being broadcast live by BBC Radio3 and will be available online in the UK for 30 days via iPlayer.
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