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Valse triste op. 44 (1903)
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directed by Barrie Gavin, 1935-; composed by Jean Sibelius, 1865-1957; conducted by Sakari Oramo; produced by Reiner Moritz Associates, London, England and Westdeutscher Rundfunk Studios; performed by Olli Mustonen, 1967-, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, in Music of the 20th Century from the Cologne Triennale: Rautavaara/Prokofiev/Sibelius (London, England: Digital Classics Distribution, 2000), 7 mins
This concert of 20th century music was performed by the Cologne Philharmonic during the Music Triennale.
directed by Barrie Gavin, 1935-; composed by Jean Sibelius, 1865-1957; conducted by Sakari Oramo; produced by Reiner Moritz Associates, London, England and Westdeutscher Rundfunk Studios; performed by Olli Mustonen, 1967-, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, in Music of the 20th Century from the Cologne Triennale: Rautavaara/Prokofiev/Sibelius (London, England: Digital Classics Distribution, 2000), 7 mins
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Waltz No. 3 in A minor, Op. 34, No. 2, 'Valse brillante' (arr. for cello and piano)
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directed by Claus Wischmann, 1966- and Holger Preusse; composed by Antonín Dvořák, 1841-1904 and Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin, 1810-1849; conducted by Jonathan Nott, 1962-; produced by Bernhard Fleischer, 1971-; performed by Truls Mork, in Truls Mørk plays Chopin and Dvorák (Berlin State: C Major Entertainment, 2008), 4 mins
Truls Mork was the first Scandinavian ever to win the Moscow Tchaikovsky competition, a triumph that marked the start of his musical career. The film visits the Norwegian cellist Truls Mork at his Scandinavian holiday home, accompanying him on his boat out at sea and on walks along the coast. The cello concerto by...
directed by Claus Wischmann, 1966- and Holger Preusse; composed by Antonín Dvořák, 1841-1904 and Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin, 1810-1849; conducted by Jonathan Nott, 1962-; produced by Bernhard Fleischer, 1971-; performed by Truls Mork, in Truls Mørk plays Chopin and Dvorák (Berlin State: C Major Entertainment, 2008), 4 mins
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