After his well-received Schubert’s Eighth Symphony last season, James Feddeck leads again the Belgian National Orchestra, this time through composer's Ninth Symphony. The piece, also known as the Great Symphony in C major, is as long as Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, and it is just as ambitious. Mozart’s “Paris” Symphony is the other masterpiece of this symphonic diptych. The composer wrote it, as its nickname suggests, in the French capital, for the Concert Spirituel’s prestigious public concerts series. Mozart tried to accommodate the tastes of the French. The particularly large orchestra for the time – including clarinets – numerous effects and a three-part structure delighted the Parisians. It is now Feddeck and the Belgian National Orchestra's turn to delight us with their interpretation.
Symphony no. 31, KV 297, "Paris"
Symphony no. 9, D 944
Henry Le Boeuf Hall
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS
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