Symphony No.9 in D minor Opus 125 Ludwig Van Beethoven
Jane Jones rounds off our week-long celebration of the Royal Philharmonic Society’s bicentenary by featuring three fine full works.
Beginning with Beethoven’s Symphony No.7 which, thanks to the RPS, was given its first performance in the UK in 1817, we’ll also hear Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.16 and Spohr’s Symphony No.8.
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No.7 in A major
Colin Davis conducts Staatskapelle Dresden
First performance in England in 1817
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No.16 in D major
Piano: Sebastian Knauer
Roger Norrington conducts Camerata Salzburg
First performance in England in 1821
Louis Spohr: Symphony No.8 in G major
Howard Shelley conducts the Orchestra of Italian Switzerland
Commissioned by the RPS and premiered in 1848
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