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Bedford Choral Society: Brahms

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First performed on Good Friday 1868 and conducted by the composer, A German Requiem draws on texts chosen to avoid overt Christian references. In fact, Brahms had considered naming his work ‘A Human Requiem ‘ the music being inspired by a deep concern for mortality and the consolation of the bereaved.


Conductor: Ian Smith

Orchestra: Bedford Sinfonia

Brahms: Ein Deutches Requiem (Soloist: Rebecca Bottone)

Brahms: Tragic Overture

Strauss: Songs

Main Auditorium, St Paul’s Square, Bedford MK40 1SL
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Sat 18th Nov7:30pm
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