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Enchanting worlds with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, conductor Santtu-Matias Rouvali and violinist Valeriy Sokolov.
There is something unusual about the music of Sibelius, something you don’t find anywhere else; a sensitivity for the innermost nuances. Just listen to the introductory tones in his Violin Concerto, or the stratospheric flageolets in the finale. He opens the door to unknown worlds, rooms filled with light and horizons that never end, with a masterful handling of the orchestra in which melancholy strings meet strident woodwind instruments. Soloist Valeriy Sokolov is the person who holds the key to these enchanting worlds.
We meet a completely different, emotional and neurotic outlook on life in Mahler’s Symphony No. 5, from the crazy trumpet in the initial funeral procession to storms and joyful dancing, not to mention the renowned adagietto, which passes dangerously close to the cliff of sentimentality. 70 minutes of everything for anyone who just can’t get enough.
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