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01Pintscher, Beethoven20111130

Live from the Royal Festival Hall.

Presented by Martin Handley.

Vladimir Jurowski conducts the LPO in Bruckner's Symphony No 1 and a recent work by Matthias Pintscher.

Pianist Lars Vogt joins them in Beethoven's "Emperor" Concerto.

'Das kecke Beserl' Anton Bruckner called his First Symphony - 'the saucy little maid'; it is a work of impish charm and bold impetuosity.

Before Beethoven's epic Emperor Concerto comes a veritable sculpture in sound by Matthias Pintscher, one of the most individual and ear-enchanting composers currently at work.

He describes his multi-hued, intimate yet broad music as suggesting 'an imaginary theatre'; his powerful towards Osiris raises the curtain on this concert.

Matthias Pintscher: towards Osiris.

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.

5 (Emperor).

Lars Vogt (piano),

London Philharmonic Orchestra,

Vladimir Jurowski (conductor).

Vladimir Jurowski conducts the London Philharmonic in Matthias Pintscher and Beethoven.

02 LASTBruckner20111130

Live from the Royal Festival Hall.

Presented by Martin Handley.

Vladimir Jurowski conducts the LPO in Bruckner's Symphony No 1 and a recent work by Matthias Pintscher.

Pianist Lars Vogt joins them in Beethoven's "Emperor" Concerto.

'Das kecke Beserl' Anton Bruckner called his First Symphony - 'the saucy little maid'; it is a work of impish charm and bold impetuosity.

Before Beethoven's epic Emperor Concerto comes a veritable sculpture in sound by Matthias Pintscher, one of the most individual and ear-enchanting composers currently at work.

He describes his multi-hued, intimate yet broad music as suggesting 'an imaginary theatre'; his powerful towards Osiris raises the curtain on this concert.

Bruckner Symphony No.

1 (Linz edition).

Lars Vogt (piano),

London Philharmonic Orchestra,

Vladimir Jurowski (conductor).

Vladimir conducts the London Philharmonic in Bruckner's Symphony No 1.