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Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 & Triple Concerto

Gordan Nikolitch, Tim Hugh, Lars Vogt, London Symphony Orchestra, Bernard Haitink

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Symphony No. 7 in A major, Op. 92  
1
Poco sostenuto - vivace
Ludwig van Beethoven; London Symphony Orchestra; Bernard Haitink
13:24
2
Allegretto
Ludwig van Beethoven; London Symphony Orchestra; Bernard Haitink
7:41
3
Presto
Ludwig van Beethoven; London Symphony Orchestra; Bernard Haitink
9:05
4
Allegro con brio
Ludwig van Beethoven; London Symphony Orchestra; Bernard Haitink
8:30
Triple Concerto in C major for piano, violin and cello, Op. 56  
5
Allegro
Ludwig van Beethoven; Gordan Nikolitch; Tim Hugh; Lars Vogt; London Symphony Orchestra; Bernard Haitink
17:39
6
Largo
Ludwig van Beethoven; Gordan Nikolitch; Tim Hugh; Lars Vogt; London Symphony Orchestra; Bernard Haitink
5:01
7
Rondo alla polacca
Ludwig van Beethoven; Gordan Nikolitch; Tim Hugh; Lars Vogt; London Symphony Orchestra; Bernard Haitink
13:14
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    74:34
"Nothing like having your expectations challenged, especially in Beethoven ... vital and intelligently thought through ..."
- Gramophone

"Five Stars ... a blazing performance of the Seventh Symphony that reaches a superbly disciplined and frenzied conclusion ..."
- BBC Music Magazine

"... a splendid interpretation ... taut, exciting, always musical and in no way inhibited ... Haitink's concern for clean rhythmic articulation really pays off ... the result is truly of the highest possible standard ..."
- ClassicsToday.com

This live album from Bernard Haitink and the LSO was recorded in November 2005, the first release in their series of live recordings of Beethoven's complete symphony cycle. it is impossible to listen to the Seventh Symphony without being captivated by a sense of euphoria, tainted only by what is possibly the most profound slow movement Beethoven ever wrote. Where the symphony is bold in its exuberance, the Triple Concerto is playful, providing soloists Gordan Nikolitch (violin), cellist Tim Hugh and pianist Lars Vogt a glorious opportunity to flaunt their skills.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – London Symphony Orchestra  Studio Masters

Recorded live at the Barbican, London on *16–17 November 2005 and **26–27 November 2005
Producer: James Mallinson
Balance engineers: *Neil Hutchinson and **Jonathan Stokes, Classic Sound Ltd
Audio editors: Ian Watson and Jenni Whiteside, Classic Sound Ltd

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