Notes & Reviews:
Performances of at least three of Bruckner's symphonies always raise the same problem: which version is one to choose? In the case of the Symphony No.3, at least three versions exist. The differences between them affect the musical material, the formal conception, the balance of the work's proportions and its sonorities. It is the first version of 1873 - neither published nor performed during Bruckner's lifetime - that Kent Nagano presents here.
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Lumbye: Complete Orchestral Works Vol 6 / Veto, Tivoli SO
Salvador Brotons (b.1959): Symphony No. 6 'Concise'; Rebroll; Obstanacy; Glosa de l'Emigrant / Barcelona Symphonic Band
Carl Nielsen: Symphony No. 4 "The Inextinguishable"; Symphony No. 1 / New York PO, Gilbert
Rachmaninov: Études-tableaux Opp.33 & 39 / Nicholas Angelich, piano
Britten: Suites for Solo Cello / Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello
Nielsen: Symphonies Nos. 2 "The Four Temperaments" & 3 "Sinfonia Espansiva" / Alan Gilbert, New York PO (live)
Finn Hoffding: Orchestral Works / Jena Phil. Orch.
Bruckner: Symphony No. 6 / Kent Nagano
Gram: Orchestral Works Vol 2 / Andrea Pellegrini, Matthias Aeschbacher, Danish PO