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Dvorak - Symphonies 8 & 9

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2007

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Sapporo Symphony Orchestra


Tadaaki Otaka



Venue:

Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara', Japan

28-29 Mar 2007

Producer:

Alexander van Ingen



Engineer:

Mike Hatch



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 76:48
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Symphony No.8 in G major Op.88

 
1 Allegro con brio 10:02
2 Adagio 10:20
3 Allegretto grazioso - Molto vivace 6:06
4 Allegro, ma non troppo 10:16
   
 

Symphony No.9 in E minor Op.95, 'From the New World'

 
5 Adagio - Allegro molto 9:24
6 Largo 11:18
7 Scherzo (Molto vivace) 8:06
8 Allegro con fuoco 11:16


Dvorak’s Symphony No.8 is a symphony that marks Dvorak’s first proper venture into the profusion of ideas and effects that, after the Ninth Symphony, became his home ground as a composer.

Symphony No.9, ‘From the New World’, received a rapturous reception at its Carnegie Hall premiere, a reception, which has been repeated thousands of times across the globe. Enjoy an extraordinary performance of two of Dvorak’s best known symphonies, beautifully performed by Japan’s leading symphony orchestra.

The Sapporo Symphony Orchestra is based in the Sapporo Concert Hall “Kitara” which boasts some of the finest acoustics in the world. The orchestra is distinguished by its clear sound and dynamic powers of expression, and has received glowing accolades from around the world.

"Otaka directs refreshingly straightforward accounts of two much-loved and recorded symphonies that have a tendency to collapse under the emotional weight of over-interpretation ... Eighth Symphony which flows by effortlessly, fresh-textured and with rhythms delightfully pointed ... The ’New World’ is a rather different kind of piece, one which ... occasionally erupts with a visceral power"    *** 

Julian Haylock


 

Classic FM Magazine - March 2008

"The lovely passage (tr 2, 3’00’’) where the woodwind melody is accompanied by delicate descending scales on the strings is exquisitely done ... The finale is then measured and clean-cut with dramatically extreme dynamic contrasts ... the Largo with its haunting cor anglais melody is refined, with exceptionally clean textures ... Clarity of texture is again an outstanding quality of the last two movements ... Altogether an excellent disc, generously filled"  

Edward Greenfield
 

Gramophone - January 2008



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