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COV91505
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LA PRIMADONNA
Opera arias and songs
arranged for oboe
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Gustav Mahler (1860-1911)
Symphony No. 1 in D major
“Titan”
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rhapsody
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Anton Bruckner (1824-1896)
Symphony No. 3 in D minor
(original version of 1873)
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”Mr. Bruckner kills father and mother under the conviction it would have to be that way.” Anton Bruckner often had to listen to similar slander like this one from the review of his Third Symphony by the Vienna newspaper Wiener Abendpost. During its debut performance in December 1877, the disgusted audience left the hall in droves. It was said to be too bulky and that the confronted sound blocks worked against all listening habits. In this concert, a revised version was played according to Bruckner's not entirely correct idea of the audience's taste. The original version from 1874 he never was to hear at all. The radicalness of his Third Symphony, though, becomes especially clear in its original version that follows in the series of internationally reputed Bruckner interpretations played by the Symphony Orchestra Aachen and conducted by Marcus Bosch.
 
"This production need not fear any prominent name. The ... tempos are coherent, the individual sections are well balanced, the dynamic range and internal tension of each of the movements precisely proportioned."
(Christoph Vratz in: WDR 3 Hörzeichen, 2007/01/03)

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Track List
1.

Gemäßigt, misterioso 24:22
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Adagio. Feierlich 18:26
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Scherzo. Ziemlich schnell 6:18
4.

Filane. Allegro 18:32


total time:
1:07:38

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