Schumann’s impressions of the Rhineland when he took up the post of Düsseldorf’s city music director in 1850 are apparent in the many layers of his Third Symphony. With his Fourth – or actually Second; he drafted it during his »symphony year« of 1840 before a later revision – Schumann linked all the movements as a cycle. In his cello concerto, meanwhile, new colour palettes and moods emerge in almost autumnal hues.
- Daniel Barenboim
- Kian Soltani
- STAATSKAPELLE BERLIN
SYMPHONY NO. 3 IN E FLAT MAJOR OP. 97 »RHENISH«
CELLO CONZERTO IN A MINOR OP. 129
SYMPHONY NO. 4 IN D MINOR OP. 120
Vorwort 45 Minuten vor Vorstellungsbeginn, Referent: Detlef Giese