Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Ton Koopman

Konzerthausorchester Berlin Ton Koopman Conductor Alexandra Dovgan Piano
Johann Sebastian Bach Ouvertüre D-Dur BWV 1068 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Konzert für Klavier und Orchester Es-Dur KV 271 Jean-Féry Rebel „Le Cahos“ aus „Les Éléments“ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Sinfonie g-Moll KV 183

Dutch baroque specialist and exponent of historical performance practice Ton Koopman is back with us - not as a harpsichordist, but as conductor of the Konzerthausorchester. After Bach's festive overture in D major, whose movements include the famous „Air“, and one of Mozart's early piano concertos, things get wild: In the opening movement of his last work, Jean-Féry Rebel (1666-1747), violinist and composer at the French court, captured the primordial chaos in tones that were unheard of at the time, before order gradually unfolds musically in the course of the other movements (not performed here) in the vast expanse of the universe. Instead, at the end of the concert you can enjoy the harmony of Mozart's early G minor Symphony, one of two of his symphonies that are not in a major key.

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