Lucerne Festival 2004 - Abbado conducts Mahler Symphony No. 5

Music, Germany 2004

Claudio Abbado has realized a dream with his new Lucerne Festival Orchestra. The orchestra, an exclusive ensemble of handpicked orchestral musicians, has set new standards in the field of classical music with exceptional soloists such as violinist Kolja Blacher, flutist Emanuel Pahud and clarinettist Sabine Meyer on the first desks. In August 2004 they performed in the Lucerne Festival Hall, presenting a program that, once again, confirmed Claudio Abbado’s fame as a supreme Mahler conductor. His long-time association with Mahler ensures a marvelous reading of the composer’s Fifth and most popular Symphony, which became world-famous as the soundtrack to Visconti’s film “Death in Venice”. The program is a wonderful homage to the interplay between orchestra and conductor celebrating the composer and a triumphant masterwork - Gustav Mahler’s glorious 5th symphony.
74 min
HD
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Audio :
German
Sous-titres :
English

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Réalisation :

Michael Beyer

Musique :

Gustav Mahler

Conception sonore :

Yves Leenders

Photographie :

Nyika Jancsó

Production :

Paul Smaczny

Protagoniste :

Claudio Abbado (Conductor)

Lucerne Festival Orchestra (Orchestra)

Magdalena Kožená (Soloist)

Titre original :

Lucerne Festival 2004 - Abbado conducts Mahler Symphony No. 5

Langue originale :

German

Format :

16:9 HD, Couleurs

Catégorie d'âge :

Starting at 0

Audio :

German

Sous-titres :

English

Liens additionnels :

The Movie Database