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PANUFNIK, A.: Sinfonia sacra, "Symphony No. 3" / Symphony No. 10 / Cello Concerto (Bauer, Warsaw Philharmonic, Kord)

PANUFNIK, A.: Sinfonia sacra, "Symphony No. 3" / Symphony No. 10 / Cello Concerto (Bauer, Warsaw Philharmonic, Kord)

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release date: March 2012


Artists:

Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra


Kord, Kazimierz


Kazimierz Kord

Conductor

Andrzej Bauer

Soloist

Record Label
CD Accord

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 56:54
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PANUFNIK, A.: Sinfonia sacra, "Symphony No. 3" / Symphony No. 10 / Cello Concerto (Bauer, Warsaw Philharmonic, Kord)

     
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ANDRZEJ PANUFNIK

     
 

Sinfonia sacra, "Symphony No. 3"

 
1 Vision I: Maestoso - 2:45
 Kazimierz Kord Conductor
2 Vision II: Larghetto - 3:09
 Kazimierz Kord Conductor
3 Vision III: Allegro assai - Agitato - 5:00
 Kazimierz Kord Conductor
4 Hymn: Andante sostenuto - Maestoso 10:45
 Kazimierz Kord Conductor
     
5 

Symphony No. 10

15:56
 Kazimierz Kord Conductor
     
 

Cello Concerto

 
6 I. Adagio 10:15
 Andrzej Bauer Soloist
7 II. Vivace 9:04
 Andrzej Bauer Soloist
 Kord, Kazimierz


 "There have been many fine recordings of this opulent score, including Solti’s (Decca), Previn’s (Telarc), and the recent Askkenazy (Ondine), but if forced to choose a single recording I have no hesitation in picking this one. I realize that this may come as a shock given the number of Strauss specialists (both conductors and orchestras) that have recorded the work, but I challenge anyone with even the vaguest idea of how this music should sound to compare this newcomer to, say, Thielemann’s tiresomely mediocre version with the Vienna Philharmonic and not reach the honest conclusion that Kord conducts better, the Warsaw Philharmonic plays better, and CD Accord offers vastly superior sonics (and the best storm sequence ever). The fact that this is a live recording only makes the achievement all the more remarkable."

 
David Hurwitz - Classics Today
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