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GM 7372

Brun: Symphonies Nos 6 & 7

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2011

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Moscow Symphony Orchestra


Adriano



Venue:

Mosfilm Studios, Moscow



Producer:

Maria Soboleva



Engineer:

Maria Soboleva



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 74:32
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FRITZ BRUN

(1878-1959)
   
 

Symphonie Nr. 6 in C-dur (1933)

34:01  
1 I Praeludium: Poco andate 7:31
2 II Mosso, non troppo 7:21
3 III Andante amabile, quasi allegretto 6:30
4 IV Tema con variazioni 12:29
   
 

Symphonie Nr. 7 in D-dur (1937)

40:41  
5 I Nachklang: Andante tranquillo 9:09
6 II Vivace 8:16
7 III Intermezzo: andante con grazia 7:08
8 IV Allegro 16:08


This is the latest album in Guild’s important series of recordings of the music of Fritz Brun, which have done so much to establish this Swiss master as one of the most significant symphonists of his generation. The performances by the much admired Moscow Symphony Orchestra are first class, under their dynamic conductor Adriano, whose reputation in rescuing unjustly neglected music is world-famous. These two major symphonies date from the first half of the 1930s and are strongly powerful works with a fine seam of striking melody. The recording quality is outstanding, and we are very proud to present this recording in our catalogue.
 

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