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Elgar: Symphony No. 3

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2006

Originally recorded in 2006

Artists:

London Symphony Orchestra


Sir Colin Davis



Venue:

Barbican Centre, London



Producer:

James Mallinson



Engineer:

Tony Faulkner



Record Label
LSO

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 57:33
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EDWARD ELGAR

(1857-1934)
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Symphony No. 3 in C minor

57:33  
  Sketches elaborated by Anthony Payne  
1 Allegro molto maestoso 15:50
2 Scherzo: Allegretto 9:41
3 Adagio solenne 16:12
4 Allegro 15:50
   
 Sir Colin Davis
  13-14 December 2001 (live recording)  


Elgar left only sketches for a third symphony when he died and it was not until 1998 that Anthony Payne completed these to produce what was hailed as one of the musical events of the decade.

 

"Totally compelling from first note to last ... Davis wrings out even more feeling than his predecessors."


The Elgar Society Journal

"Payne’s achievement is one of the musical wonders of the last 50 years ... The symphony’s first great recording."

The Independent

"There’s an inner intensity that makes passage after passage come to life as never before. Strongly recommended, even to those who already have an Elgar 3 on disc."

BBC Music Magazine

"Not only do Davis and his excellent band distil a remarkable level of concentration in this nobly defiant, dark hued essay, they also locate a heartache and intimacy that touch to the very marrow."


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