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    Beethoven, Concerto for violin and orchestra in D major, op. 61 45'  - 2015  - Heliox Films

    Beethoven's violin concerto, written in 1806, the same year as the Fourth Symphony, is characterized by its profusion of themes and its unusual length: almost forty minutes, twice the length of most of Mozart's violin concertos.
    Today this concerto is considered one of the major pieces of the violin repertoire, just like the concertos of Brahms, Mendelssohn, and Tchaikovsky. Yet at its creation this work was considered a "bushy mass of desultory ideas" and was long considered unplayable. Only gradually did it arrive at its current popularity.

    The Dissonances, homage to the famous quartet of Mozart, is a collective of artists created by violinist David Grimal. The musical ensemble without conductor, has an absolute liberty of programming choices. This independence offers musicians the opportunity to meet a new audience sometimes intimidated by the so-called classical music and to bring the public a new vision of the major repertoire.

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    version French & International support HD producer Heliox Films director Frédéric Delesques