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Prom 35 - Liszt/Gliere & Rachmaninov archivePart of the BBC Proms. Liszt's symphonic poem (he invented the genre) is based on Victor Hugo's poem about the legendary Mazeppa, a nobleman caught in flagrante who is tied to a wild horse which is then driven into the night. Continuing this season's exploration of non-standard concertos, Ailish Tynan tackles a Glière rarity unheard at the Proms since the 1980s. By contrast, Rachmaninov's gloriously lyrical Second Symphony has become a firm favourite in recent years. A sense of symphonic unity is provided by its network of thematic cross-references, which also give rise to some of the composer's best tunes. The Adagio is especially famous for its lovely, long-breathed clarinet melody over softly murmuring violins. Finish time: approx. 21:10
Performers Ailish Tynan (soprano).
Company Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Kirill Karabits.

Prom 35 - Liszt/Gliere & Rachmaninov

Prom 35 - Liszt/Gliere & Rachmaninov (Concert) production archive for QTIX code T0870831930. Details of all Prom 35 - Liszt/Gliere & Rachmaninov archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S360

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10 Aug 11The Royal Albert Hall
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