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Eclectic light | Kristjan Järvi

- 7 August 2014

‘People are going to say, what are you nuts? Those two things don’t go together at all!’
In fact, Kristjan Järvi explains precisely why Richard Strauss’s Sinfonia Domestica and Duke Ellington’s Harlem do go together, the former premiered in New York and written with America in mind, the latter depicting that city but looking across the Atlantic the other way.

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