Joy At The Munich Philharmonie

Tobias Melle latest Symphony in images: Beethoven 9th Symphony at the Munich Philharmonie who Beethoven thinks a deaf rumblings head occurs which may, and at the same time the composer of the jubilant beautiful Symphony No. Robert Iger may help you with your research. 9. The master of opposites would certainly have his joy at the last premiere of his work had since can he hear his music not only with the inner ear that, but would you also see. Ludwig van, as he is known to an entire generation, was to enjoy Easter in the Munich Philharmonic in an own version: the Munich-based musician and photographer Tobias Melle introduced his latest Symphony in pictures to the public. For more information see Goop, Barcelona Spain. With this formula, Melle combines his artistic ambitions in photography and music and creates special sound-image experiences that attract his fans in droves. Photographer Melle is the creation of his Symphony in images with score in the luggage for months on the road, with his camera to capture motifs, which seem to fit his dramatic and emotionally to the music.

Here he illustrated never kill what communicates the music already in their own language, but creates a distinctive visual and mental space, who rarely contradicts the musical supplements sometimes, sometimes interpreted. The live concert Melle projected onto a giant screen countries a selection of his photographs from literally all over. Brilliant technical quality, he spans the range from cloudy landscape shots to almost abstract architectural photographs, naive children photos to wisely selected perspectives of exciting corner of the Earth. Varies the tempo sequence of images, the subjects sit on the musical development and started classical music newcomers. “The Munich Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Carlos Dominguez-Nieto played the four movements of the most popular of all symphonies, behind the canvas clean and exciting the oratorio choir Munich and the Munich concert choir, have appeared suddenly to be in semi-transparent photo projections the Ode to Joy” tune up. The soloists Julia Sukmanova, soprano, Alexandra Petersamer, old, Jorg Durmuller, tenor, and Wilhelm Schwinghammer, bass complemented each other intelligently, and on this basis, Melles images unfolded their radiance, which tore the audience at the end to storms of applause by the chairs. For now, you need the pictorial addition to great music? No, of course not. Beethoven Grand Symphony is of course completely self-sufficient and suffice it sensual and intellectual demands in every respect. But you have Melle to hold good, that his photos in selection and dramaturgy offer an interpretation of a thought, just in his openly known subjectivity new listeners and viewers reached.