HAYDN - Symphony No 49 in F minor ‘La Passione’
KROMMER - Concerto in E-flat for two clarinets Op. 35
WAGNER - Siegfried Idyll
MENDELSSOHN - Symphony No 4 ‘Italian’
Stephanie Gonley violin / director
Maximiliano Martín clarinet
William Stafford clarinet
The Scottish Chamber Orchestra return to Dunblane placing their immaculate and distinguished duo of Maximiliano Martín and William Stafford at the heart of the concert with Franz Krommer's Concerto in E-flat for two clarinets. It was written around 1800 to show off the capabilities of the instrument which was then fairly new. Often known as the “Father of the Symphony”, Haydn’s 49th Symphony has deeply impressed the musical world. We also share an intimate musical love letter with Wagner’s wonderfully poetic Siegfried Idyll and the evening is completed with Mendelssohn’s virtuosic and energetic representation of Italy.
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