The Philadelphia Orchestra - Gil Shaham Plays Brahms
Eastern Europe comes alive in Janáček’s Sinfonietta, a festive work with a stunning opening brass fanfare that includes 12 trumpets. A folk ethos likewise infuses the music of Enescu and Dvořák; the latter credited Brahms with the success of his career, as the elder composer encouraged him greatly. The famous Violin Concerto of Brahms is performed by the incomparable Gil Shaham.
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