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Mendelssohn Symphony No 5

Kent Nagano holds the baton and delivers Mendelssohn’s Fifth Symphony, intended for the 300th anniversary of the Augsburg Confession – one of Protestantism’s most important documents and in Mendelssohn’s case, a musical celebration of a noble kind. Unfortunately Mendelssohn couldn’t finish it for the jubilee in 1830, so it was first performed two years later.

Programme
Mendelssohn Symphony No 5 “Reformation”

Participants
Gothenburg Symphony
Kent Nagano conductor

Recorded in the Gothenburg Concert Hall 23 February 2018

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