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To accompany its 2010 catalogue, Fuga Libera invites Beethoven in the prestigious Hall of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory and let him in the hands of the surprising new generation of Russian musicians. Musica Viva, recently appointed Moscow Chamber Orchestra, is a marvellous orchestra regularly conducted by Roger Norrington, Christopher Hogwood or Teodor Currentzis and you will understand why. As its founder and artistic director Alexander Rudin (the prestigious cellist), they know everything about the European Baroque music, but they conserved the qualities that made of Moscow one of the most important musical place during the 20th century. Here is a Pastorale that sounds like a spring joy to share with connoisseurs.
Special price - includes the 2010 paper catalogue of the Fuga Libera collection