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Bruckner The Complete Symphonies

Release date: 01 Apr 2015, 5186520

Artists

Rundfunkchor Berlin, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Marek Janowski

Composers

Anton Bruckner

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Orchestral

Period

Romantic

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Janowski has forged an instrument that projects Bruckner’s richly textured canvases with a combination of warmth, transparency and tonal weight, the brass sounding particularly impressive... PENTATONE has provided Janowski and his Geneva forces with excellent sound. This is yet another significant step towards what I am convinced will eventually turn out to be one of the finest recorded Bruckner cycles of the 21st century.

MusicWeb-International

The recordings are uniformly excellent, all made in Geneva's Victoria Hall, home of the orchestra, and though one does not associate the Suisse Romande with this repertoire, they play it with the skill and enthusiasm one expects from one of Europe's best bands.

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Symphony No. 1 in C minor, WAB 101 47:05  
Allegro 11:59  
Adagio 12:41  
Scherzo. Schnell – Trio. Langsamer 8:25  
Finale. Bewegt, feurig 14:00  
 

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This is a set with nothing less than a stellar sound and stunningly consistent performances throughout all symphonies. Marek Janowski achieves a clarity and balance of sound from the whole orchestra It was not only his observant reading of these works or and the invigorating performance by the orchestra that achieved this sound; the magnificent acoustics of Victoria Hall in Geneva (where the orchestra is based and also where the recordings took place) did wonders for Bruckner’s works. As far as interpretations go, Janowski knows his Bruckner and he takes the orchestra to a higher level.

This box set contains nine albums plus one bonus album- Mass No. 3 in F Minor - complementing the Bruckner Symphonies cycle. Anyone who claims that a new recording of a Bruckner symphony in SACD is already a special event in itself, one can only then imagine what having the complete symphonies in a box set would be like.

Bruckner The Complete Symphonies

Category Orchestral

Period Romantic

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