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Royal Albert Hall
Kensington Gore


Gustav MahlerSymphony no.4 in G major
B Tommy AnderssonPan
Carl NielsenAladdin, Op.34


David Goode – organ
Klara Ek – soprano
Thomas Søndergård – Conductor

BBC National Orchestra of Wales

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Programme Note

Thomas Søndergård and the BBC NOW return for their fourth concert, opening with a suite from Nielsen’s music for Oehlenschläger’s play Aladdin. It’s one of the composer’s best-loved works, one that avoids musical clichés of the exotic Orient, conjuring scenes altogether more subtle and vivid. A major premiere by the orchestra’s Composer-in- Association, B Tommy Andersson, puts organist David Goode in the spotlight and the concert concludes with the sunniest and most intimate of Mahler’s symphonies - the concise No. 4, a work filled with birdsong and pastoral landscapes that features a child’s-eye view of Heaven in its final movement.

Prom 64: Nielsen, B Tommy Andersson & Mahler

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