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Review David Philip Hefty – Shades of Love

“Shades Of Love” contains fifteen Korean TV and web series titles, performed by the Zurich Chamber Orchestra under the direction of David Philipp Hefty and first-rate soloists.

South Korean culture has its followers all over the world. K-Drama, the Korean telenovela, has proven to be an international export success, with a soulful soundtrack playing its part. The “Shades Of Love” CD contains fifteen pieces from Korean television and web series arranged by composer Marco Hertenstein for a symphony orchestra. The Zurich Chamber Orchestra, led by David Philipp Hefty, creates passionate music and accompanies famous soloists such as violinist Daniel Hope, flautist Philipp Gondt or pianist Sebastian Knauer. Mozart, Verdi, and Puccini are the inspiration for sweet, sugary melodies and delicious harmony. Sometimes it’s intimate, sometimes it’s wildly annoying – just as it fits with the romantic series about love and heartbreak. Two short concerts that Hertenstein composed for flautist couple James and Jane Galloway are similarly inspiring, but much more diverse and creative.

Shadows of Love – korean drama music
Music from Korean TV and web series

Daniel Hope (violin), Albrecht Mayer (oboe), Sebastian Knauer (piano), Philip Gundt, James and Jane Galloway (flute), Zurich Chamber Orchestra, David Philip Hefty (conductor)
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