|Performer:||Bruckner – V.P.O., Schuricht|
|Title:||Symphony No.9 in D minor (Original version)|
|Catalog #:||ALP 1929|
|Label:||His Master's Voice|
|1||1st Movement: Feierlich, Misterioso|
|2||2nd Movement: Scherzo (Bewegt, lebhaft) & Trio (Schnell)|
|3||3rd Movement: Adagio (Langsam, feierlich)|
|ASD 493, ASD. 493||Bruckner, V.P.O., Schuricht||Bruckner, V.P.O., Schuricht - Symphony No.9 (LP)||His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice||ASD 493, ASD. 493||UK||1962|
|EAC55018||Bruckner, V.P.O., Schuricht||Bruckner, V.P.O., Schuricht - Symphony No.9 (LP)||Angel Best Classics 1800||EAC55018||Japan||Unknown|
|SME 91 221, E 91 221, WALP 1929||Anton Bruckner – Carl Schuricht, Die Wiener Philharmoniker||Anton Bruckner – Carl Schuricht, Die Wiener Philharmoniker - Neunte Sinfonie (LP)||Electrola, Electrola, Electrola||SME 91 221, E 91 221, WALP 1929||Germany||Unknown|
|60047, S-60047||Bruckner - Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Carl Schuricht||Bruckner - Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Carl Schuricht - Symphony No. 9 In D Minor (LP)||Seraphim, Seraphim||60047, S-60047||US||1962|
|OALP 1929, ALP 1929||Bruckner – V.P.O., Schuricht||Bruckner – V.P.O., Schuricht - Symphony No.9 (LP, Smplr)||His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice||OALP 1929, ALP 1929||Australia||1962|
A mono version of the recording.
Made in Gt. Britain , according to a (red) label.
1894 Original version.
Score editor Leopold Nowak, 1951.
Studio recording, 20-22 November 1961
Symphony No. 9 in D minor is the last symphony on which Anton Bruckner worked, leaving the last movement incomplete at the time of his death in 1896 Bruckner dedicated it to the beloved God in German, dem lieben Gott. The symphony was premiered under Ferdinand Löwe in Vienna in 1903. Disambiguation note: While logical to name this Symphony in D minor, opus posthumous, that name usually refers to the nullified Symphony in D minor. 9 In D Minor Original Version. 버전 23. 회원님의 버전 찾기. Bruckner , Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra , Carl Schuricht - Symphony No. 9 In D Minor LP, Album, Mono, Club, Gat. The Record Society, The Record Society, The Record Society. 6168, S6168, RS. Bruckner: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, WAB 109. Feierlich, misterioo. Anton Bruckner. Carl Schuricht. 9, in D Minor, Choral, Op. 125: II. Molto vivace - Johann Strauss. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2012 3 Songs. 9 in D Minor 2011 Remastered Version: II. Scherzo Bewegt, lebhaft & Trio Schnell. By Anton Bruckner - Carl Schuricht & Vienna Philharmonic. 9 in D Minor 2011 Remastered Version: III. 9 Bruckner. Just better. The Ninth Symphony D minor has begun. Bruckner announces in a letter dated February 18, 1891 to the reviewer Theodor Helm and thus conceals that the first employment with her lay nearly four years back. Bruckner then composed two choral-symphonic works, the 150th Psalm 1892 and the male choral work Helgoland 1893. Löwe profoundly changed Bruckner's original score by adapting Bruckner's orchestration in the sense of a rapprochement with Wagner's ideal of sound, and making changes to Bruckner's harmony in certain passages Adagio. Album Summary. Bruckner, Anton : Symphony no 9 in D minor, WAB 109. Schaller, Gerd. elements into his reconstructive approach, so that even passages lacking a coherent original version are presented in a distinctively Brucknerian style while additions are not perceived as alien features, resulting in a truly performable version of the final movement of the Ninth. And that is of great importance for its future in the concert hall, as the symphony now exists in a convincing new four-movement form that possesses a high degree of authenticity. Rainer Boss. Artist: BRUCKNER, A. Title: SYMPHONY NO. 9 IN D MINOR. Format: CD. Condition: New. Missing Information. Read full description. See details and exclusions - BRUCKNER, NO. 9 IN D MINOR CD NEW. Bruckner Symphony No. 9 in D Minor CD. Be the first to write a reviewAbout this product. Brand new: lowest price. 9 in D Minor, WAB 109 Original 1894 Version, Ed. Nowak: II. Scherzo: Trio - Schnell. The album was released in 1997 by Reference Recordings, an established audiophile label that has recorded the Minnesota Orchestra multiple times over the course of three conductors. Skrowaczewski's interpretation of the Bruckner Ninth is a lyrical one as opposed to massive and monumental as you hear with Karajan and Giulini