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Keeping the music moving with rubato phrasing of the utmost idiomatic naturalness is something Russian conductors like Bychkov do better than any.
In the slow second movement, tiny touches of rubato aerated the songlike solo lines.
The conductor used rubato to great effect, which only sharpened the sense that this was music stirring so urgently within the composer that putting it on paper was only an act of taking dictation from pure inspiration.
Her application of rubato alone kept Muti glued to the score.
Here, his exquisite rubato yielded magical results, beautifully articulated by the NSO strings.
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