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Jaap van Zweeden © Brad Trent

Wiener Symphoniker / van Zweden

Brahms: Symphonien Nr. 3 & 4

Sunday 26 February 2023
11:00 – ca. 13:00
Großer Saal

Performers

Wiener Symphoniker

Barbara Rett, Präsentation

Jaap van Zweden, Dirigent

Programme

Johannes Brahms

Symphonie Nr. 3 F-Dur op. 90 (1883)

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Symphonie Nr. 4 e-moll op. 98 (1884–1885)

Note

Chefdirigent Andrés Orozco-Estrada hat seine Funktionen bei den Wiener Symphonikern niedergelegt. Wir danken Jaap van Zweden, dass er die Leitung der beiden Konzerte bei gleichbleibendem Programm übernehmen wird.
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»Every movement a jewel«

»What a work, what poetry, the most harmonious mood through the whole, all movements as if from one cast, a heartbeat, each movement a jewel!« Clara Schumann was delighted with the Third of her friend Johannes Brahms. Like the previous symphonies, he had completed it during his summer retreat, this time in Wiesbaden in 1883. Critics and colleagues also received the work enthusiastically. His last symphony was also written in summer, in 1884 and 1885 in Mürzzuschlag, Styria. Brahms crowns his symphonic work in the last movement with a passacaglia that he varies thirty times - thus returning to the form of variation that he so valued.
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