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Memorial Concert for Claudio Abbado

Memorial Concert for Claudio Abbado

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Memorial Concert for Claudio Abbado It was a deeply affecting and appropriate farewell. The spirit of Claudio Abbado, the great conductor and founder of orchestras who died in January 2014, was present in music, words, and silence. Thousands upon thousands came to the Basilica di Santo Stefano in Bologna and the Piazza della Scala in Milan to pay their last respects. In Lucerne, the members of the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA paid tribute to this extraordinary man and friend with a deeply moving concert - "The emotional intensity was unbelievable; this could only be achieved by true musicians, by those capable of love." (Neue Zürcher Zeitung) Friends and associates look back fondly on Claudio Abbado and speak of how they experienced these moments of grief and farewell. Andris Nelsons, LUCERNE FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA Isabelle Faust, violin Bruno Ganz / Excerpt from Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 3, Eroica Claudio Abbado, Lucerne Festival Orchestra, August 2013 / Franz Schubert Symphony No. 7 in B minor "Unfinished", Allegro moderato / Friedrich Hölderlin Brot und Wein / Alban Berg Violin Concerto - To the Memory of an Angel / Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 3 in D minor, Adagio

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Title: Memorial Concert for Claudio Abbado
Genre: Classical Artists
Release Date: 1/27/2015
Product Type: Blu-ray
Genre: Classical Artists
Catalog #: 10319
UPC: 4260234830750
Item #: 1458969X

Technical Information

Street Date: 1/27/2015
Studio: Accentus

Credits

  • Composers
    Franz Schubert
    Gustav Mahler
    Ludwig van Beethoven
    Alban Berg
    Friedrich Holderlin