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Archived Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony
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Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony

Rossini Overture, William Tell
Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending
Schubert Songs ‘Die Forelle’ (The Trout) arr. Jackson
'Du bist die Ruh’ arr. Webern
‘Geheimes’ arr. Brahms
‘Am Tage aller Seelen’ arr. Reger
‘Erlkönig’ arr. Liszt
Beethoven  Symphony No.6 ‘Pastoral’

Vasily Petrenko conductor
Stephanie Childress violin
Benjamin Appl baritone

Beethoven titled the first movement of his Pastoral Symphony ‘Awakening of happy emotions upon arriving in the countryside’ – and everyone knows that feeling! So this afternoon, it’s time to escape to the country. Shepherds sing on Beethoven’s sun-kissed hillsides, Vaughan Williams’s Lark soars ever higher into the blue Cotswold skies, and Rossini unleashes a refreshing summer storm. We also welcome back one of Europe’s hottest young baritones to perform the songs of Schubert – each one a little universe of emotion.


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