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Concert overture for orchestra, first performed in 2007 by the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Colin Davis.

The Times described the five-minute piece as “an irreverent deconstruction of the two big works heard earlier — the Tchaikovsky 4th symphony and Mozart’s Elvira Madigan Piano Concerto, K467...”Stomp”went through all sorts of wacky distortions before being whisked, ceilidh-style, into a punch-drunk jig of delight.” In response, the Financial Times commented, “Imagine Mozart and Tchaikovsky in kilts, thrown into the middle of a highland fling.”


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