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Brun - Symphony No.1 etc

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Moscow Symphony Orchestra


Adriano



Venue:

Mosfilm Studio, Moscow

29 Oct - 1 Nov 2012

Producer:

Maria Soboleva



Engineer:

Maria Soboleva



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 46:51
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FRITZ BRUN

   
 

Symphonie Nr. 1 h-moll (1902)

 
1 I Allegro moderato 10:13
2 II Adagio non troppo 9:59
3 III Allegro energico - Andante molto sostenuto - Poco più mosso 6:52
4 IV Allegro con brio 7:58
   
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Ouvertüre zu einer Jubiläumsfeier (1950)

11:49
  nach einem alten Berner Kirchenlied 'In Gottes Namen heb ich's an'  
  Largo - Vivace  
   


The distinguished Lucerne-born composer Fritz Brun (1878-1959) was arguably the most important Swiss symphonist of the 20th-century, completing no fewer than ten symphonies in the course of his long life. This outstandingly-recorded new CD offers the world premiere recording of Brun’s very First Symphony (completed in 1902), a work placed very much in the tradition of Brahms, whom Brun greatly admired. Here is a new voice in European symphonic music, standing to one side of the work of Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler, but at all times finely distinguished for its depth of musical expression. The much later Overture to a Jubilee Celebration (1950) was written for the inauguration of the new concert hall of Radio Berne, and shows the composer in his most joyful and attractive vein.

 "... my vote goes in favor of your buying this CD, and I hope this recommendation serves to tip the scales in Brun’s favor."

David DeBoor Canfield - Fanfare - March/April 2014


 "... an enjoyable and intriguing curio."

Andrew Achenbach - Gramophone magazine - March 2014


"... Adriano’s interpretations of these works sound confidently authentic and the members of the Moscow Symphony Orchestra, with whom he has by now established a long-standing rapport, sound as if they’re playing at the top of their game... Guild’s recording is fully up the standards of previous volumes in this series, which is certainly putting Fritz Brun on the map ..."

Calum MacDonald - International Record Review - November 2013




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