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Brun: Symphonies Nos 5 & 10

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2008

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

Moscow Symphony Orchestra


Adriano



Venue:

Mosfilm Studio, Moscow



Producer:

Maria Soboleva



Engineer:

Maria Soboleva



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 68:30
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FRITZ BRUN

(1878-1959)
   
 

Symphonie Nr. 5 Es-dur (1929)

38:03  
1 I Chaconne 13:28
2 II Gehetzt, phantastisch 3:12
3 III Langsam 13:03
4 IV Rasch und wütend 8:20
   
 

Symphonie Nr. 10 B-dur (1935)

30:27  
5 I Allegro non troppo 10:24
6 II Mosso 5:18
7 III Adagio 8:13
8 IV Vivace 6:32


These new recordings of two of the most important of the Symphonies by the outstanding Swiss composer Fritz Brun are of the highest significance. These two works, amongst this composer’s finest scores, demonstrate the fact that the Symphonic form in music was thriving during the middle part of the 20th-century. Brun’s music was always regarded as being of the greatest interest and significance when it was first heard, but he was not a composer to push his own music, with the result that it tended to become unfairly neglected. It is only in recent years that the fine quality and importance of his work has come to be recognised, and this superbly played and recorded new disc is sure to win many new friends for the composer.

"...Adriano’s rhapsodic interpretations are sometimes at odds with the tight formal structure of Brun’s work, but they do make it seem approachable. The Moscow Symphony’s playing is generally good, though they are not always comfortable with the composer’s abrupt turns of phrase. As this will likely be the only recording of these symphonies for the foreseeable future, it’s more than adequate. The recorded sound is spacious and accurate."

O’Connor -  American Record Guide - July/August 2009


Interpretation ****      Sound Quality ***     Repertoire ****    Booklet ****

Christian Vitalis - Klassikcom - 5 November 2008


"...Intense and emotional music – challenging listening for the adventurous ..."

Ian Lace - MusicWeb International - 8 October 2008
 




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