This brass-centred showcase focuses on music by four 20th century masters, including rarely-played music by Ravel’s contemporary Albert Roussel. You’ll also experience four ages of Stravinsky; his 1950s Septet, which marked a bold change in his compositional priorities; one of his happiest works of the 1920s, his Octet; his gentle, youthful Pastorale and his Symphonies of Wind Instruments. Hindemith’s Konzertmusik is a piano concerto in all but name, in which the soloist engages in powerful exchanges with harps and brass. Bernd Alois Zimmermann’s work is a playful transformation of the kind of tunes one might dance to at a village fair in the Rhineland.
ROUSSEL Fanfare pour un sacre païen
STRAVINSKY Symphonies of Wind Instruments
ZIMMERMANN Rheinische Kirmestänze
ROUSSEL A glorious day
Duration: approx. 1.5 hours (including interval)
“Stefan Dohr’s range of expression, stentorian and seductive by turns, was one of the stand-out contributions.” — The Guardian
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Stefan Dohr’s ANAM residency is generouslysupported by Kerry Landman
Photo by Simon Pauly
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