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Part of the BBC Proms. Sir Colin Davis tackles a work whose uncompromising nature makes it as great a challenge as anything in the choral repertoire, whether you regard it as a statement of the composer's belief in the spiritual potential of man or his faith in a supreme being. 'A musician must make affirmations,' says Davis. 'If a musician cannot believe in music as a universal ideal, what is he left with? We may be encircled by gloom but music gives us a chance to throw what Meredith calls "that faint thin line upon the shore". ... Beethoven is a man at war with himself but a man who is determined to win.' Finish time: approx. 20:40. There will be no intervalPerformers Carmen Giannattasio (soprano), Sarah Connolly (mezzo soprano), Paul Groves (tenor), Matthew Ross (bass).
Company London Symphony Chorus. Company London Symphony Orchestra. Conductor Colin Davis (Sir).
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