℗ 2019 Naxos
Duration 1h 01m 32s
Record Label Naxos
Catalogue No. 8.573959
Release Date May 10, 2019
Genre Classical
 

Brian: Symphonies Nos. 7 & 16

New Russia State Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Walker

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The Tinker's Wedding  
1.1
Comedy Overture No. 2
Havergal Brian; New Russia State Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Walker
8:02
Symphony No. 7 in C Major  
1.2
I. Allegro moderato
Havergal Brian; New Russia State Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Walker
8:30
1.3
II. Allegro moderato ma maestoso
Havergal Brian; New Russia State Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Walker
6:42
1.4
III. Adagio - Allegro moderato - Adagio
Havergal Brian; New Russia State Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Walker
13:51
1.5
IV. Epilogue. Moderato "Once Upon a Time"
Havergal Brian; New Russia State Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Walker
9:08
1.6
Symphony No. 16
Havergal Brian; New Russia State Symphony Orchestra; Alexander Walker
15:19
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Duration    1h 01m 32s
Havergal Brian’s late creativity is almost unparalleled in musical history- in the last two decades of his life he wrote 25 symphonies. No. 7, the last of his truly large-scale symphonies, was inspired by Goethe’s autobiographical account of his time as a student in Strasbourg. Symphony No. 16 is a tough single-movement work, evoking Ancient Greece and the savagery of the Persian Wars. In bright contrast The Tinker’s Wedding is a sparkling comedy overture based on the play by J.M. Synge. The New Russia State Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1990. In 2002 Yuri Bashmet became its director, opening a new chapter in its history and bringing his own inimitable manner of interpretation, whereby each concert evokes the feeling that the music is being created anew.
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