Brahms — Houston Symphony Orchestra
Christoph Eschenbach conducting
The Four Symphonies
Together almost 10 years, Eschenbach and the Houston Orchestra have achieved a distinctive personal style with flexible tempos and a more subjective approach to Brahms that constantly asks the question of why the music is the way it is. The result is some of the freshest, most probing and emotionally affecting music-making since Leonard Bernstein.
— David Patrick Stearns
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