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Rachmaninov: Symphony No. 1 (Live in Concert)

Philharmonia Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy

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Symphony No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 13  
1
I. Grave—Allegro ma non troppo (Live)
Philharmonia Orchestra; Vladimir Ashkenazy
12:39
2
II. Allegro animato (Live)
Philharmonia Orchestra; Vladimir Ashkenazy
8:57
3
III. Larghetto (Live)
Philharmonia Orchestra; Vladimir Ashkenazy
9:24
4
IV. Allegro con fuoco (Live)
Philharmonia Orchestra; Vladimir Ashkenazy
12:20
Total Playing Time    43:20
"This was a top-notch, utterly gripping account, and I loved every hectic bar."
- The Times

"This was a phenomenal rendition which gripped from first note until last."
- Bachtrack

Reuniting with their Conductor Laureate, Vladimir Ashkenazy, the Philharmonia Orchestra present their sparkling interpretation of Rachmaninov's Symphony No. 1, recorded live at the Royal Festival Hall in London. An utter failure at its premiere in 1897, the symphony was reconstructed in 1945 and has since grown in popularity, which will no doubt be aided by the Philharmonia's sterling performance on this release.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Signum Records Studio Masters

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