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Brun: Symphonie No. 9/ Aus dem Buch Hiob

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Moscow Symphony Orchestra


Adriano


Natalya Voinova

violin

Venue:

Mosfilm Studio, Moscow



Producer:

Maria Soboleva



Engineer:

Maria Soboleva



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Violin

Total Time - 60:53
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FRITZ BRUN

(1878-1959)
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Symphonie Nr. 9 in F-Dur (1949-50)

42:58  
1 I Vorspiel (Vivace) 6:14
2 II Serenade (Allegretto comodo) 7:50
3 III Liebesruf (Andante sostenuto) 8:09
4 IV Im Kreis der Freunde (Allegro) 5:22
5 V Glaube und Zweifel - Lob Gottes und der Natur (Andante) 15:23
   
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Aus dem Buch Hio (Symphonische Dichtung, 1906)

17:55
 Natalya Voinova violin


The attention being given to the music of the Swiss composer Fritz Brun has been growing in recent years, and we are particularly pleased to be able to present these first recordings of two of his major orchestral works. Brun was particularly noted for his brilliantly-written orchestral music, and of his ten completed symphonies, written between 1908-53, the Ninth is regarded as one of the best. This work was completed in 1950, and is an impressive composition of inherent strength and nobility. Coupled with it is one of Brun’s symphonic poems, Aus dem Buch Hiob (From the Book of Job), an equally masterly score of imagination and refinement. The performances by the Moscow Symphony Orchestra, under the inspiring conductor Adriano, are notable for their excellence and understanding, and the recordings are virtual state-of-the-art.
 

"...Warmly recommended..."

Calum MacDonald - International Record Review - October 2006
 


"...Guild provides some excellent sound for this release, and the orchestra comes through with great dynamic ranges and a wide, clear soundstage. My only problem is some of the playing—the Moscow Symphony sounds under-rehearsed in many places, and there are some sloppy phrases and ragged ensemble. But overall this is recommendable to those who desire to hear an authentic voice that has been truly neglected—you will not be disappointed."

Steven Ritter - Audiophile Audition - 23 February 2008
 




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