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Editors’ Notes

Among Charles Mackerras’ many specialties, Mozart occupied a unique place. The conductor’s long experience of the operas gave his performances of the symphonies a drama and theatricality that makes them so appealing. His blending of “period” manners with modern instruments (though with period brass) gives these four works a freshness and modernity of approach, while also looking back to a scale that the composer would surely have recognised and appreciated. Beautifully recorded, this a classy collection of Mozart’s greatest symphonies.


Formed: 1974 in Edinburgh, Scotland

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the national chamber orchestra of Scotland, was founded in 1974. It is made up of 38 regular players, though its number can vary according to a given work's instrumental demands. The ensemble gives a regular series of concerts in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, St. Andrews, Dumfries, Perth and other Scottish cities, but does not claim any one location as its home. It also give regular concerts throughout the Scottish Highlands and Islands, as well as abroad, in Europe,...
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Mozart Symphonies 38-41, Scottish Chamber Orchestra
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  • 13,99 €
  • Genres: Classical, Music
  • Released: 07 January 2008

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