Daniel Barenboim conducts Strauss and Carter

“If Haydn were alive today,” says Daniel Barenboim, “he might compose like Elliott Carter did in his last years.” As if to prove his point, Barenboim conducted two late Carter concertos of finely chiselled beauty, with flautist Emmanuel Pahud and pianist Nicolas Hodges as soloists. In contrast to this, were two lush tone poems by Richard Strauss: Don Juan and Till Eulenspiegel.

Berliner Philharmoniker

Daniel Barenboim

Emmanuel Pahud

Nicolas Hodges

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