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Thu 13 Dec, 2018:
Mahler: Symphony No 6 in A minor

Mahler hurts. And he hurts a lot in this symphony, especially when the fires inside are stoked. Klaus Tennstedt did just that in 1983, burnt concealed...

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Mon 05 Feb, 2018:
Tchaikovsky: Symphony No 6 in B minor, Op 74 (Pathétique)

Opening with an electronic click, and the suspicion we are missing a smidgen of the double-bass start, Teodor Currentzis is contrived in his approach,...

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Mon 28 Nov, 2016:
Mozart: Don Giovanni, K 527

These CDs are beautifully presented in a hard-cover book, which includes the libretto and a discussion with conductor Teodor Currentzis. Although I...

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Thu 14 Jan, 2016:
Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D major, Op 35; Stravinsky: Les Noces

The Yiddish term ‘chutzpah’ means cheek, flagrant boldness, or audacity – and Patricia Kopatchinskaja’s Tchaikovsky Concerto is full of it....

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Thu 18 Dec, 2014:
Rameau: The Sound of Light – An Anthology of the Baroque master's music

Popular prejudice notwithstanding, eccentricity is not the peculiar prerogative of the English, as this delightfully Gallic celebration of Rameau’s...

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