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Vienna Philharmonic orchestra in the concert hall : the Perfect guests

gifts, there are not only tomorrow, but already at this perfect evening in the concert hall where the Vienna Philharmonic play music of Johannes Brahms. Since bands are solved, sparkling packaging open and important things revealed: Look here, Franz Welser-Möst, the personification of Feng Shui on the console, everything is in him, clarity, and efficiency is addressed (not ornate) movement; especially in the very wianerischen encores by Johann and Eduard Strauss, he shows a casual, quite and a serene elegance. And hears the sound of the orchestra that occurs in this season, the same number of times in the concert hall, white to fill the room with its brittle acoustic! Almost forgot to mention that this is not, by itself, locks against heat and brilliance, against mild dimmed phrases, plastic crescendos or wonderful mesh smoothed ensemble sounds valid – but you can hear simply very rare excellent Ensembles.

now, what are we packing here? The proportion of women at the venerable Viennese is still woefully low, the number of musicians on this evening. The orchestra gives to the Berlin audience something Special, namely, Brahms's double Concerto, with its own soloists. The native of Leipzig, Volkhard Steude, the concertmaster for almost twenty years, takes over the violin, and his Hungarian colleague Peter Somodari plays the role of a Solo cello, with Pizzicato, suggesting a retreat from the big, soloistic gesture. And how the two play well, accurately, reliably, in the sweet Concord, and in the unaccompanied passages (and the Chaconne of the addition), it's almost as if you were sitting just the two of us in a chamber music hall, so all this is a very pretty Packed puzzle game: Why the public loves the Rebel, to play the limelight, as such, actually so much, if it is possible, Discreetness and from the notes, tuxedo clothed and with great integrity to the orchestra?

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it is Only logical that the Steude and Somodari in Brahms’ Second from 1877 sit with in the Ensemble. Welser-Möst is the piece without the clumsiness or Kitsch in the past and are already to the end of the first movement is a beautiful, anti Klim promotion forgiveness. Great ovation, Polka and waltz as Extra gifts.

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