The incomparable Richard Goode joins us for the exquisite concerto that Mozart composed for a young blind virtuoso named Maria Theresa Paradis. Then, Manze leads a rare performance of Vaughan Williams’ vividly dramatic and expressive Sixth Symphony. Although VW wouldn’t confirm that it was a reaction to the sufferings of WWII, it is clearly in a different world from his more pastoral achievements.
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Andrew Manze, conductor
Richard Goode, piano
Bacewicz: Overture (c. 6 minutes)
Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 18, K. 456, “Paradis” (c. 30 minutes)
Vaughan Williams: Symphony No. 6 (c. 31 minutes)
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