Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 (LSO, Bernard Haitink)

Release Date: September 1, 2006

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Bernard Haitink conductor
Twyla Robinson soprano
Karen Cargill mezzo
John Mac Master tenor
Gerald Finlay bass
CD of the Week BBC Radio 3 CD Review
‘enough orchestral punch to knock a listener senseless …’ The Times
Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is a landmark in the history of music, changing the concept of what a symphony could be. The use of solo singers and a chorus in the final movement was revolutionary, and the emotional journey to a glorious vision of a world of love and tolerance paved the way for idealistic symphonies to come

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