Notes & Reviews:
"The present symphony is intended as absolute music, which, without a program, merely with a 'tragic' signature, is to bring about understanding for the psychological-dramatic development of a character symbolized by the first theme." The composing chameleon Reznicek dons all sorts of colors in his first symphony. The symphony was regarded as lost for ninety years. We can be happy that it resurfaced during the 1980s, but the whereabouts of some other works by him unfortunately continue to be a mystery.
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Walter: Symphony no 1 / Botstein, North German RSO
Reznicek: Chamisso Variations, etc / Jurowski, et al
Natanael Berg: Symphonies no 1 & 2 / Rasilainen, et al
Fasch: Dresden Ouvertures, Sinfonias & Concertos / Rémy, Les Amis de Philippe
Marx: Eine Frühlingsmusik, Idylle, Feste im Herbst / Wildner, Vienna Radio SO
Marx: Orchestral Songs & Choral Works / Belohlávek, Brewer, Roberts, Titus, et al
Simonsen: Symphonies no 1 & 2, Overture in G minor / Yinon, Sonderjyllands SO
Röntgen: Symphony no 18, Ein liedje van de zee, etc / Porcelijn, et al
Offenbach: Piano Works Vol 3 / Marco Sollini