For his first album with Warner Classics, Lahav Shani conducts the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in Symphony No. 7 and plays Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4: two pieces which come from Beethoven's so-called middle period. The classical harmonic tension contributes to the drive of the music as much as the rhythmic propulsion. This music features a clarity of texture and, above all, a unity between the melodic motive and the accompaniment. Acclaimed for his 'instant chemistry' with the orchestra, Lahav Shani is considered the shooting star amongst conductors - as Der Tagesspiegel puts it: 'The young maestro is simply sensational'.
For his first album with Warner Classics, Lahav Shani conducts the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in Symphony No. 7 and plays Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4: two pieces which come from Beethoven's so-called middle period. The classical harmonic tension contributes to the drive of the music as much as the rhythmic propulsion. This music features a clarity of texture and, above all, a unity between the melodic motive and the accompaniment. Acclaimed for his 'instant chemistry' with the orchestra, Lahav Shani is considered the shooting star amongst conductors - as Der Tagesspiegel puts it: 'The young maestro is simply sensational'.
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Beethoven Symphony No. 7 Piano Concerto No. 4
Artist: Lahav Shani / Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major, Op. 58: I. Allegro Moderato
2. Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major, Op. 58: II. Andante Con Moto
3. Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Major, Op. 58: III. Rondo (Vivace)
4. Symphony No. 7 in a Major, Op. 92: I. Poco Sostenuto - Vivace
5. Symphony No. 7 in a Major, Op. 92: II. Allegretto
6. Symphony No. 7 in a Major, Op. 92: III. Presto
7. Symphony No. 7 in a Major, Op. 92: IV. Allegro Con Brio

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For his first album with Warner Classics, Lahav Shani conducts the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra in Symphony No. 7 and plays Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4: two pieces which come from Beethoven's so-called middle period. The classical harmonic tension contributes to the drive of the music as much as the rhythmic propulsion. This music features a clarity of texture and, above all, a unity between the melodic motive and the accompaniment. Acclaimed for his 'instant chemistry' with the orchestra, Lahav Shani is considered the shooting star amongst conductors - as Der Tagesspiegel puts it: 'The young maestro is simply sensational'.