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BBC Philharmonic - Wagner, Bruch, Elgar

Concert in which Paul Daniel conducts the BBC Philharmonic. Wagner: Lohengrin (Prelude to Act 3). Bruch: Scottish Fantasy (with Tasmin Little: violin). Elgar: Symphony No 1.

Live from Nottingham Royal Concert Hall.

Presented by Martin Handley.

The BBC Philharmonic, conducted by Paul Daniel, perform works by Wagner, Bruch and Elgar.

The festive Prelude to Act III of Wagner's opera Lohengrin opens this evening's concert, before the BBC Philharmonic is joined by Tasmin Little to perform Bruch's Scottish Fantasy. A central figure of German Romanticism, Max Bruch also spent a fair part of his life in Britain and his Scottish Fantasy makes great play with Celtic folk tunes and dances.

Elgar's First Symphony was praised as 'the greatest symphony of modern times' by its first conductor, Hans Richter. There's no denying its energy and epic sweep, but Elgar also finds time for some of his most delicate and poignant music.

Wagner: Lohengrin: Prelude to Act III
Bruch: Scottish Fantasy

20:10 interval music

Elgar: Symphony No 1

Tasmin Little (violin)
BBC Philharmonic
Paul Daniel (conductor).

2 hours, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • BBC Philharmonic part 1

    • Richard Wagner - Lohengrin - opera in 3 acts

      Conductor: Paul DANIEL Performer: BBC Philharmonic

    • Max Bruch

      Scottish fantasy Op.46 for violin and orchestra

      Conductor: Paul DANIEL Performer: Tasmin LITTLE - Violin Performer: BBC Philharmonic

  • Interval

    • Frederick Delius

      Sonata no. 1 RT.8.9 for violin and piano

      Performer: Piers LANE - Piano Performer: Tasmin LITTLE - Violin

      • RCA.
      • 74321`-987082.
      • -4.
  • BBC Philharmonic part 2

    • Edward Elgar

      Symphony no. 1 in A flat major Op.55

      Conductor: Paul DANIEL Performer: BBC Philharmonic

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