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St George's Bristol
|Isserlis, Faust, Levin and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in Bristol|
|The night had a programme of three soloists, three pieces and three significant composers in music history – Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. The concept of the concert was to display a span of music from the high Classical era to the early Romantic, where each of the composers overlap in style through three generations. Haydn was known for establishing the symphony, and so we heard his ‘London Symphony’, no. 104, which is the last symphony of twelve that he wrote late in his life over two visits to England.|
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