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Anton Bruckner: Symphonie 8

Berliner Philharmoniker, Zubin Mehta

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Symphony No. 8 in C Minor, WAB 108  
1
I. Allegro moderato (2nd version, 1890)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Zubin Mehta
15:52
2
II. Scherzo. Allegro moderato – Trio. Langsam (2nd version, 1890)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Zubin Mehta
15:01
3
III. Adagio. Feierlich langsam, doch nicht schleppend (2nd version, 1890)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Zubin Mehta
27:41
4
IV. Finale. Feierlich, nicht schnell (2nd version, 1890)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Zubin Mehta
22:40
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Total Playing Time    1:21:14
The Berliner Philharmoniker and their honorary member Zubin Mehta conjure a beautiful interpretation of Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony. Zubin Mehta confesses to feeling particularly close to this mammoth work. Above all, the warm-sounding Adagio is “among the greatest Romantic movements, and when the cellos and violas sing out freely in the second theme, it breaks your heart”.
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