Brahms, Lalo and Saint-Saëns by Bertrand Chamayou and the Orchestre national de France
11:23Lalo: Le roi d'Ys - Ouverture
36:27Saint-Saëns: Piano Concerto n°5 in F major op.103 "L'Egyptien"
43:04Brahms: Symphony no.4 in e minor op.98
Emmanuel Krivine conducts the Orchestre national de France performing Brahms's Symphony no.4, the Ouverture du Roi d'Ys by Lalo, and the Piano Concerto No.5 "L'Egyptien" by Saint-Saëns, alongside Bertrand Chamayou. Concert recorded live on 13 September 2018, at the Radio France Auditorium, Paris.
Two works from the French repertoire, including the Ouverture du Roi d'Ys by Edouard Lalo, a work inspired by Breton folklore composed between 1875 and 1878, and the Piano Concerto no.5 by Saint-Saëns composed in 1896, one year before the death of Brahms. Finally, the Symphony no.4 by the great Johannes, who takes us from Paris to Vienna to complete the four symphonies by Brahms conducted by Emmanuel Krivine.
Le Roi d'Ys (Overture)
Concerto pour piano et orchestre n°5 "Égyptien"
Bertrand Chamayou piano
Orchestre National de France
Emmanuel Krivine conductor