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Bruch

(German brʊx)
n
(Biography) Max (maks). 1838–1920, German composer, noted chiefly for his three violin concertos
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Friday's was a live broadcast with Julian Rachlin as conductor of the concert's four works and soloist in two of them, Mozart's Violin Concerto in A and Max Bruch's Romance in F for Viola and Orchestra.
Under the direction of Mirga Grainyta-Tyla (pictured), it's a riotous climax to a concert that begins with Haydn's Symphony No.7, and offers the chance to hear star violinist Ning Feng in Brahms's Violin Concerto and Bruch's Scottish Fantasy.
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