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NZSO’s welcome exposé of Schumann symphony and Elgar’s cello concerto

By , 04/05/2012
Lynn Harrell and the Elgar Cello Concerto brought about a full house, not as common an event for the NZSO as it once was. The concerto certainly worked its spell and the audience was satisfied, but it was Schumann’s symphony that would surely have been the revelation. Half a century ago Schumann was probably among the top ten composers while, in New Zealand at least, Berlioz, Liszt, Mahler and Bruckner... read more

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