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Berlin Philharmoniker From Krakow [DVD] 
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With Krakows glorious St. Marys Church as the setting, the world-acclaimed Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra performs a concert to both commemorate the orchestras 1882 founding and reaffirm the cultural life of a reborn European community. Featuring Bernard Haitink as guest conductor, the concerts repertoire features soprano Christine Schäfer performing two pieces by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the brilliant Allelujah from the motet Exsultate, jubilate followed by the richly introspective Et incarnatus est from the C minor Mass. Also featured is renowned pianist Emanuel Ax, who performs the Second Concerto by Polands most beloved native composer, Frédéric Chopin. The concert concludes with the Berlin Philharmonics performance of Robert Schumanns radiant Spring Symphony.
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8 October 2011
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A marvellous concert in which Haitink excels backed by the wonderful soprano singer Christine Schaeffer (Mozart) and the excellent pianist Emanuel Ax (Chopin) set in the wonderful St Mary Church in Crakow, Poland.
2 September 2001
What I saw here when I watched this video, was a great conductor(James Levine) in his element of Wagner and Strauss, and the worlds best orchestra(the Berlin Philharmonic) in works they have been at home in for their whole existance, add a great Wagner tenor in the name of Ben Heppner and you have and had a great concert. The works of Wagner and Strauss were done to the hilt, very musical and thoughtful. The orchestra always plays Wagner and Strauss in a special way and Levine is one of the top Wagner conductors today. He and the orchestra produced a wonderful concert for their out door audience and they responded by showing their joy and the surperb job Levine and the BPO did. Heppner sings some Strauss orchestral songs, and selections from Meistersinger and Lohengrin. Highly recommended.