Oregon Symphony: Strauss's Four Last Songs
The symphony countenances Death’s gaping maw—and goes peacefully. Following a prologue of sorts in the form of Richard Strauss’s tone poem Death and Transfiguration, Carlos Kalmar conducts the composer’s last finished work: an autumnal quartet of art songs (three of them set to Hermann Hesse poems) that the German Romantic composer didn’t live to see performed.
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