While the second movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21 is characterised by boundless, time‑stopping beauty, the rest belongs to a realm of intricate energy. This time, brought to life by the subtle touch of pianist Elīna Bērtiņa, winner of several international competitions. Meanwhile, Schubert in his Symphony No. 6, having tried out Haydn's and Beethoven’s expression, develops his own manner, whose core feature is melodiousness. Finally, Pärt, who celebrates his 85th anniversary this year, ponders with irony – what if the great Bach had been a beekeeper? The work features the sounds of bees rendered by string instruments, but, back in 1976, it was a serious introduction to Pärt's invention – the tintinnabuli or bell style.
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