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Label: Teldec - D 110836 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic
Download Feierlich, Misterioso - Anton Bruckner, Daniel Barenboim, Berliner Philharmoniker - Symphony No. 9

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Been on an serious Bruckner kick lately, especially the 8th, this is like the fifth one in 2 weeks. This is indeed a lovely performance with a full, open sound and the Berlin Phil, as always, plays impeccably. They really are the finest ensemble in the world. Barenboim gives an intense, heartfelt reading of the score, equally as good as both the Herbig and Rogner recordings I recently purchased. I especially liked the scherzo here. Unlike those recordings, though, he chooses not to overly broaden Daniel Barenboim final coda but, like Nanut, whips it almost into a frenzy - very exciting even if it loses a bit of the precise playing of the preceding 75 minutes.

I will definitely be checking out some of his other recordings based on this. One person found this helpful. I won't go into details here, this recording is just off from the beginning. Pacing is uncomfortable and Misterioso - Anton Bruckner isn't a good 8! Format: Audio CD. DB conducts a Berliner Philharmoniker - Symphony No.

9 and balanced reading, in which the exalted high points emerge as part of a whole, building cumulatively to a grand climax at the Finale's end. The Berlin Philharmonic's players are wonderfully responsive to Barenboim's leadership. I heard a live performance and wanted this in my collection to be able to hear it again.

Good recording. Barenboim has shown a lifelong devotion to Bruckner, and his Berlin Phil. Karajan's complete cycle for DG badly needs remastering, and until that happens, this CD, taken Berliner Philharmoniker - Symphony No. 9 a concert, ranks in the middle of his cycle.

On the positive side, Feierlich doesn't indulge in excessive imitation of Furtwangler, which comes as a relief. Perhaps it's not fair to hold Barenboim to such superlative standards, for on its own this is a beautifully played performance that competes with notable ones Berliner Philharmoniker - Symphony No. 9 Bohm, Giulini, and Wand. The orchestra plays with commitment, delivering many thrills as well as great sensitivity in the softer lyrical passages.

To squeeze the symphony on to a single CD, tempos had to be fast in the Scherzo, which comes off Daniel Barenboim bit too breathlessly. But the Adagio, the heart and soul of the work, is given full latitude at 25 min. Although Barenboim tries to rise to the occasion, he makes no emotional effect in this sublime music.

The finale conveys tremendous excitement without turning raucous, but here again I felt that I was admiring the music from a distance. Although he is considered cool and aloof at times, Boulez's account is fuller and more emotionally felt. To my ears, Barenboim rarely has much to say of value in the greatest music. As an interpreter, he tends to be ovoerblown and rhetorical. After much exposure to his Mozart, Beethoven, Mahler, and Bruckner, I like his conducting best when he gets out of the way.

He mostly does so here, Busted - Danny Elfman - To Die For the glorious Berlin Phil. However, Barenboim can't help but inject some strange tempo relationships, Young Man - Metabolismus - During Decembers Deaths his slow tempos tend to trudge along without the desired effect of being profound.

By comparison, we now find ourselves Big Big Man - The Beat Farmers - Loud And Plowed And.Live!! a cathedral instead of a boxing ring. The DG effort also lacks the splendid sonics on the new Teldec release. So if you are a great fan of the Berlin Phil. Musically, it deserves no more than three, however. Furtwangler, Karajan, Harnoncourt, Tennstedt, and Giulini all give more satisfying accounts.

Note: Amazon doesn't list the current reissue on the bargain Elatus series from Teldec, but this CD is just as cheap at Amazon Marketplace. From your other Bruckner reviews it seems that you are one of those "new age," i.

Tintner's Bruckner is inconsistent, usually too slow. It also seems like you've got a few more fifths to check out you definitely need to get the Karajan; just springing for the whole Karajan box alone improve your Bruckner collection many fold. Say that Barenboim's interpretation isn't "your cup of tea," or something, but there's no way this album deserves any less than three stars, even if you find the "pacing uncomfortable. Sorry if I seem condescending, wouldn't be the first time anyone had seen that in an Amazon classical review but I just don't understand some peoples' reviewing criterion.

I would think that even if someone didn't like the "pacing" of this performance, one could appreciate the beauty of the playing and the recording enough to give it three stars.

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Feierlich, Misterioso - Anton Bruckner, Daniel Barenboim, Berliner Philharmoniker - Symphony No. 9

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  1. Apr 30,  · I would love to organise a `Dr Frankenstein Bake-Off' between Barenboim and Maazel in the Bruckner 7th. Each of them would be provided with an Igor (the Berlin Philharmonic or the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra - though LM has called upon both in his necrophillic traversals &Bruckner: Symphony No. 7). Assume that the sound engineers step up /5(15).
  2. Apr 14,  · I bought this as a download, to force myself to listen to and learn Bruckner's symphonies. I am thrilled with it. Not as good a value for a collection of symphonies as, say, Vanska's Sibelius on BIS ($) or Barshai's Shostakovitch on Brilliant (ditto), but the best value in a downloadable Bruckner collection on Amazon, and well worth the price in my opinion/5(14).
  3. Anton Bruckner — Daniel Barenboim, Berliner Philharmoniker Anton Bruckner — Daniel Barenboim, Berliner Philharmoniker - Symphony No. 9 ‎ (CD, Album, Club) Teldec, Teldec, Teldec4/4(1).
  4. Anton Bruckner, Daniel Barenboim, Berliner Philharmoniker - Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 - hugipuresmithlainaya.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime CDs & Vinyl Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try /5(15).
  5. Aug 29,  · And the legendary performance in which both are fully delivered is Carlo Maria Giulini's astonishing live performance with the Vienna Philharmonic on DG Bruckner: Symphony, No. 9. Many have called that not only the greatest recording of this amazing symphony, but even the greatest recording of all time of *anything*.4/4(14).

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