Tchaikovsky’s Sixth Symphony is one of the most popular in the concert repertoire. In preparation for the live broadcast of a performance by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Riccardo Muti (Ö1, 15 August, 11 a.m.), Wilhelm Sinkovic highlights the background to the origin and content of a composition that reveals the most intimate things about Peter Tchaikovsky.
Musically, the range of associations spans – astonishing even to connoisseurs – from Franz Schubert to Gustav Mahler!
About the new podcast:
Music critic “Brice” Wilhelm Senkovic He presents his favorite recordings and invites us to dig into his classic collection with him and delve into the mysteries of Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, and others. Podcast for experts and beginners.
from now on Every Thursday On Press and wherever there are podcasts.
Produced by: Wilhelm Sinkovicz / www.sinkothek.at
Audio ending: Georg Gfrerer / www.audio-funnel.com.
Editing/Pregnancy: Anna Wallner
Graphic: David Jablonsky.
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