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Edition Staatskapelle Dresden, Vol. 40: Bernard Haitink (Live)

Release date: 06 Jan 2017, PH09036


Frank Peter Zimmermann, Staatskapelle Dresden, Bernard Haitink


Ludwig van Beethoven, Carl Maria von Weber, Johannes Brahms




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The works on this release were performed in the Dresden Staatskapelle’s second symphony concert of the 2002/2003 season on September 29 and 30 and October 2, 2002. It was Bernard Haitink’s first subscription concert as Principal Conductor of the orchestra, after he had spontaneously declared his willingness to take over this position and support the Staatskapelle in the difficult situation that had arisen following the sudden death of Giuseppe Sinopoli the previous year. It still seems a stroke of luck for Dresden, and in particular for its orchestra, that it could find a personality of such international standing who had a deep understanding both of the Staatskapelle’s great tradition and of its special character and thus was uniquely qualified to maintain and enhance its high artistic level, its individual sound and its worldwide reputation. Orchestra and conductor had known each other since 1989 from recordings and concerts at home and abroad. This then was the beginning of a sustained, if all too short, period of continuous work togheter, which wonderfully met the highest expectations “at home” and on tour in Europe and the Far East.

Edition Staatskapelle Dresden, Vol. 40: Bernard Haitink (Live)

Category Orchestral

Period Classical, Romantic

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