CD review: Ravi Shankar Symphony

Performed by the London Philharmonic under David Murphy, it’s a resounding triumph, from the vibrant, animated opening movement Kafi Zila through an elegant, involving lento section of duetting flute and sitar, and an intriguing Indian scherzo whose hypnotic layerings of marimba, flute and sitar evoke echoes of American minimalism, through to the stirring, virtuoso finale.’ (5 stars)
Andy Gill, The Independent, April 2012

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Recorded 1 July 2010 at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall

Ravi SHANKAR (b.1920)
Symphony

David Murphy conductor
Anoushka Shankar sitar
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Pieter Schoeman leader

lpo.org.uk

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