Europakonzert 97 - Paris
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Cat No: 2012794
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 28th July 2014
WorksSymphony no.3 in E flat major, op.55 'Eroica'
Piano Concerto no.13 in C major, K415
Le Tombeau de Couperin (orchestra)
ArtistsDaniel Barenboim (piano)
The founding of the Berliner Philharmoniker on the first of May in 1882 is annually celebrated with a concert in a European city of cultural significance. For this newly released Europakonzert Blu-ray Disc all recordings were lovingly restored and converted to High Definition video.
Multi Grammy Award winner Daniel Barenboim performs here as both conductor and soloist on the piano.
The concert takes place at the spectacular Palace of Versailles in Paris, centre of French political power until the French Revolution and famous backdrop for such movies as Midnight in Paris and Dangerous Liaisons.
Each movement of Ravelís Tombeau is dedicated to one of his friends, who died in WWI. Mozartís piano concerto was the third in his series of three subscription concertos.
Beethovenís 3rd Symphony was originally dedicated to Napoleon, which was later changed by Beethoven himself, showing his disappointment over Napoleonís self-proclamation as Emperor.
The BD is enhanced by an enticing documentary about the musical life in Paris.
Picture format: 60i - 16:9 - Documentary: SD NTSC
Disc Format: BD 25
Sound formats: PCM Stereo, DTS-HD Master Audio
Region code: All
Booklet notes: English, German, French
Language (Documentary): German
Subtitles: English, French
Running time: 97 mins Concert, 19 mins Documentary
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