Bruckner Symphony 7 - Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 In E Major, Wab 107 - Wagner: Das Liebesmahl Der Apostel, Wwv 69 (staatskapelle Dresden Edition, Vol. 38)

Virtuoso Series: Bruckner Symphony No 7Bernard Haitink conducting the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra


Jochum Bruckner 4 - Bruckner: Symphony No.4 "romantic" / Sibelius: Night Ride And Sunrise

Jochum was one of the most highly praised interpreters of Bruckners magnificent music, finding its mystery as well as its eloquence, breadth and humanity. Here are his complete recordings. Judged to perfection, Jochums Mass series holds in exquisite balance the choral line, the perfect tempo and a keen feeling for the works spiritual dimension. Gramophone, 2005CD1 Mass No. 1 in d minor for soloists, chorus and orchestra1. Kyrie 2. Gloria 3. Credo 4. Sanctus 5. Benedictus 6. Agnus Dei Edith Mathis . Marga Schiml . Wieslaw Ochman . Karl RidderbuschBavarian Radio Chorus . Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen RundfunksEugen Jochum 7. Virga Jesse (Motet) 8. Ave Maria (Motet) Bavarian Radio ChorusWolfgang SchubertConductor: Eugen JochumCD2Mass No.2 in E minor1. Kyrie (Feierlich)   ...


Henryk Gorecki Symphony No. 3 - Górecki: Symphony No. 3 ("symphony Of Sorrowful Songs"); Three Olden Style Pieces

Symphonie n° 3 - 3 Pièces dans le style ancien / Zofia Kilanowicz, soprano - Orchestre Symphonique de la Radio Nationale Polonaise - Antoni Wit, direction


Karajan Bruckner 9 - Bruckner: Symphony No. 9 & Te Deum

Herbert von Karajan leads the Wiener Philharmoniker through Bruckner's Symphonies Nos. 8 and 9 and Te Deum. Von Karajan was not only the conductor of these recordings but also director and responsible for artistic supervision.


Bruckner Symphony 7 - Virtuoso: Bruckner: Symphony No. 7

Virtuoso Series: Bruckner Symphony No 7Bernard Haitink conducting the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra


Bruckner Symphony 7 - Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 In E Major

Solti/Chicago has been criticized by many as all wrong for Bruckner: all brass and winds, dry strings, and an interpretation more appropriate for Shostakovich than Bruckner. My experience with this recording is that the strings are very beautiful, a wide dynamic range, sweet wind playing and very powerful brass when needed. If the CSO's brass are not as sweet as Philadelphia under Ormandy, or Cincinnati under Lopez-Cobos, they certainly do yeoman service here.


Szell Brahms - Brahms: Symphony 4 / Academic Festival Overture / Tragic Overture

Few orchestras ever achieve the sort of chamber-music transparency of sound that George Szell drilled into his Cleveland players, and it's simply perfect for Brahms. No thick textured instrumental muck here! Szell leads his band through magnificently taut performances of both symphonies, full of illuminating detail in the wind section and attentive to the music's every nuance. In short, a great conductor at work in great music. --David Hurwitz


Jochum Bruckner 4 - Eugen Jochum / Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra - Bruckner: Symphony No.4 Romantic [japan Ltd Cd] Uccg-5044

JOCHUM BRUCKNER SYMPHONY NO. 4 AND NO. 7 Label: DECCA RECORDS Format: 33 rpm 12" LP monoCountry: United States Vinyl Condition: VG+ Cover Condition: P Year Released: unknownLP Quantity: 3 Catalog #: DXE 146 Other Info: DEEP GROOVE, GOLD LABEL. LOW GRADE BOX. Inventory Number: 675


Bruckner Karajan - Bruckner: Symphony No.5

Japanese CD pressing. 2014.


Bruckner Karajan - Bruckner: Symphony No. 9

Japanese CD pressing. 2014.


Bruckner Karajan - Bruckner: Symphony No. 8

A wonderful reading it is, as authoritative as its predecessors and every bit as well played but somehow more profound, more humane, more lovable if that is a permissible attribute of an interpretation of this Everest among symphonies. […] It is the sense of the music being in the hearts and minds and collective unconscious of Karajan and every one of the hundred and more players that gives this performance its particular charisma and appeal.Richard Osborne, Gramophone, October 1989There is an elemental power in this interpretation, with Karajan matching Bruckners visionary ecstasy in the sublime Adagio and crowning the whole edifice with a truly magnificent account of the finale. Michael Kennedy, Daily Telegraph, 2.9.1989  ...


Bruckner Karajan - Bruckner: Symphony No. 8

Herbert von Karajan identified with the Eighth perhaps more intensely than with any other score in the repertory; it is significant that in February 1989, in what proved to be his last performances outside of Austria, he brought it to New York with the VPO and made it the centerpiece of a three-concert engagement. The air of finality was heavy at those concerts, and Karajan, determined to go out as a conqueror, did just that. This 1988 recording comes very close to recapturing the experience of that live performance. Karajan's careful pacing gives the Eighth time to unfurl, allowing the mystery and tenderness of Bruckner's vision to radiate from some place deep within the paroxysmal intensity of the symphony's argument.  ...


Bruckner Karajan - Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 E-dur

As a specialist in late Romanticism many still consider Karajan's magnificent Bruckner cycle to be the benchmark by which all must be judged. Karajan's instinctive ability to selectively shape phrasing and subtly gradate momentum shifts within movements in order to heighten orchestral tension is unparalleled. The Berlin Philharmonic were also on top of their game during this period and respond with spellbinding clarity and precision. Deutsche Grammophon's rich, full-bodied sonics compliment this remarkable achievement famously.


Karajan Bruckner 9 - Bruckner: Symphony No. 2

Japanese SHM-CD pressing. Universal. 2013.


Karajan Bruckner 9 - Bruckner: Symphony No.7

2014 Japanese pressing hybrid SACD. Japanese original series 25th anniversary edition of Von Karajan's death remastered at Abbey Road. Warner Classics.