The Prague Philharmonia bring us an extremely original concert. By their juxtaposition alone, the works by Malher, Martinů and Wranitzky weave a tale of regret. Every listener can identify with the frustration of its protagonists.
The Mahler lieder portrays a disillusioned German romantic hero while Martinů was unable to join the Czechoslovakian army and never recovered from the trauma of being declared too old to fight and forced to remain forever in exile from his native land.
More vibrant than ever, the Prague Philharmonic Choir brings a silver lining to the clouds that hang over the destinies of these heroes.
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