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Richter: November (Single Edit / Single)

Mari Samuelsen, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Jonathan Stockhammer

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November (Single Edit)
Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer
5:29
Total Playing Time    5:29
Max Richter’s work embodies both the rigour of the Classical tradition and the experimentalism of contemporary electronica. Heart-stopping orchestral writing and mind-bending synthesis co-exist in his work; as he says, ‘Music exists beyond boundaries’. Richter writes beautifully crafted, intelligent work that is disarming in its honesty; his music, despite its underlying sophistication, appears simple.

Almost uniquely among contemporary Classical composers, Richter’s music is radically unafraid of appealing directly to our emotions. Numerous Classical No.1 records and streaming numbers measured in the hundreds of millions, together with sell-out shows at the world’s premiere venues, including London’s Royal Albert Hall, Sydney Opera House, Philharmonie de Paris, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, and Berlin’s Berghain are testament to Richter’s wide appeal.

Highly acclaimed Norwegian violinist Mari Samuelsen has enjoyed a remarkable rise on the international concert stage through a characteristic mixture of artistry and enterprise. Her concerts combine a breathtaking musical finesse and virtuosity and an imaginative and innovative approach to presentation. Konzerthausorchester Berlin along with Samuelsen's virtuosic violin breathes a new approach into Max Richter's November.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon (DG) Studio Masters

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