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Brussels Philharmonic - het Vlaams Radio Orkest

Brussels Philharmonic Octopus Kamerkoor en BarokorkestTomoko Taguchi soprano – Annelies Dille mezzo – Szabolcs Brickner tenor – Sébastien Parotte bass – Bo Holten choir leader

Punkte Karlheinz Stockhausen
Symphony no. 9, op. 125 Ludwig van Beethoven

Brussels Philharmonic - het Vlaams Radio Orkest

Brussels Philharmonic Vlaams Radio KoorMichel Tabachnik conductor – Szabolcs Brickner tenor

Brussels Philharmonic - het Vlaams Radio Orkest

Bo Holten choir leader

Brussels Philharmonic - het Vlaams Radio Orkest

Brussels Philharmonic Vlaams Radio Koor Octopus Kamerkoor en BarokorkestMichel Tabachnik conductor – Tomoko Taguchi soprano – Annelies Dille mezzo – Szabolcs Brickner tenor – Sébastien Parotte bass – Bo Holten choir leader

Punkte Karlheinz Stockhausen
Symphony no. 9, op. 125 Ludwig van Beethoven


All too often, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony has been reduced to an anthem; it may, indeed, soon have the status of a ringtone. So we may come to forget that voices have rarely been written for more destructively than in the symphony's fifth section - or that nobody has ever written better for orchestra than in the other four. To clarify things, the programme includes Stockhausen's Punkt - another guru, although a somewhat less reluctant one than Beethoven.

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