The second part of the programme starts with another rarity: Franz Hasenoehrl's playfully witty arrangement of Richard Strauss's already humorous and gag-filled symphonic poem. Active until his death at the age of 104, Elliott Carter wrote his five-minute composition as a trio for flute, clarinet and marimba in 1994. The concert closes with a 1924 chamber work by Prokofiev, which incorporates entertaining music from his ballet Trapèze and also combines an unusual combination of string and wind instruments.
Presented by: Hungarian National Philharmonic
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