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Bruckner: Symphonies Nos. 1–9

Berliner Philharmoniker, Bernard Haitink, Seiji Ozawa, Herbert Blomstedt, Zubin Mehta, Mariss Jansons, Christian Thielemann, Paavo Järvi, Sir Simon Rattle

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Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, WAB 101 "Linz"  
1
I. Allegro (1st version, 1866)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Seiji Ozawa
13:09
2
II. Adagio (1st version, 1866)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Seiji Ozawa
13:31
3
III. Scherzo. Schnell – Trio. Langsamer (1st version, 1866)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Seiji Ozawa
8:23
4
IV. Finale. Bewegt, feurig (1st version, 1866)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Seiji Ozawa
14:12
Symphony No. 2 in C Minor, WAB 102  
1
I. Moderato (2nd version, 1877)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Paavo Järvi
17:27
2
II. Andante. Feierlich, etwas bewegt (2nd version, 1877)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Paavo Järvi
17:08
3
III. Scherzo. Mäßig schnell – Trio. Gleiches Tempo (2nd version, 1877)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Paavo Järvi
6:39
4
IV. Finale. Mehr schnell (2nd version, 1877)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Paavo Järvi
15:27
Symphony No. 3 in D Minor, WAB 103  
1
I. Gemäßigt. Misterioso (1st version, 1873)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Herbert Blomstedt
23:57
Symphony No. 3 in D minor, WAB 103  
2
II. Adagio. Feierlich (1st version, 1873)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Herbert Blomstedt
17:00
Symphony No. 3 in D Minor, WAB 103  
3
III. Scherzo. Ziemlich schnell – Trio. Gleiches Zeitmaß – Scherzo da capo (1st version, 1873)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Herbert Blomstedt
6:37
Symphony No. 3 in D minor, WAB 103  
4
IV. Finale. Allegro – Etwas langsamer – Erstes Zeitmaß (1st version, 1873)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Herbert Blomstedt
15:48
Symphony No. 4 in E-Flat Major, WAB 104 "Romantic"  
1
I. Bewegt, nicht zu schnell (2nd version, 1878–80)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Bernard Haitink
20:27
2
II. Andante quasi Allegretto (2nd version, 1878–80)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Bernard Haitink
15:06
3
III. Scherzo. Bewegt – Trio. Nicht zu schnell, keinesfalls schleppend (2nd version, 1878–80)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Bernard Haitink
10:47
4
IV. Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell (2nd version, 1878–80)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Bernard Haitink
22:12
Symphony No. 5 in B-Flat Major, WAB 105  
1
I. Introduktion. Adagio – Allegro
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Bernard Haitink
21:01
2
II. Adagio. Sehr langsam
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Bernard Haitink
16:33
3
III. Scherzo. Molto vivace (Schnell) – Trio. Im gleichen Tempo
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Bernard Haitink
13:07
4
IV. Finale. Adagio – Allegro moderato
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Bernard Haitink
23:58
Symphony No. 6 in A Major, WAB 106  
1
I. Maestoso
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Mariss Jansons
15:00
2
II. Adagio. Sehr feierlich
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Mariss Jansons
15:33
3
III. Scherzo. Nicht schnell – Trio. Langsam – Scherzo da capo
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Mariss Jansons
8:48
4
IV. Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell – Bedeutend langsamer – Tempo primo
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Mariss Jansons
14:57
Symphony No. 7 in E Major, WAB 107  
1
I. Allegro moderato (1885)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Christian Thielemann
23:04
2
II. Adagio. Sehr feierlich und sehr langsam (1885)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Christian Thielemann
23:42
3
III. Scherzo. Sehr schnell – Trio. Etwas langsamer (1885)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Christian Thielemann
9:54
4
IV. Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht schnell (1885)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Christian Thielemann
13:51
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
Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, WAB 109/143  
1
I. Feierlich. Misterioso (completed version by Samale-Phillips-Cohrs-Mazzuca, 2010)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Sir Simon Rattle
22:50
2
II. Scherzo. Bewegt, lebhaft – Trio. Schnell – Scherzo da capo (completed version by Samale-Phillips-Cohrs-Mazzuca, 2010)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Sir Simon Rattle
10:26
3
III. Adagio. Langsam, feierlich (completed version by Samale-Phillips-Cohrs-Mazzuca, 2010)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Sir Simon Rattle
23:23
4
IV. Finale. (Misterioso, nicht schnell / completed version by Samale-Phillips-Cohrs-Mazzuca, 2010)
Anton Bruckner; Berliner Philharmoniker; Sir Simon Rattle
20:30
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    9:55:41
Anton Bruckner is a composer with an unmistakable musical language: darkly glowing, overwhelmingly beautiful, but also energetic and innovative. For the Berliner Philharmoniker, this music has been part of their artistic identity for over a hundred years. The orchestra now presents Bruckner’s symphonies in an exclusive edition, recorded over the last ten years together with some of the foremost Bruckner interpreters of our time.

Bruckner’s symphonies are a universe of immeasurable tonal, expressive, and metaphysical dimensions. It is precisely the changing perspectives of different conductors that make it possible to explore this diverse wealth. The edition is moreover a document of a successful artistic collaboration with highly esteemed partners of many years’ standing: Herbert Blomstedt, Bernard Haitink, Mariss Jansons, Paavo Järvi, Zubin Mehta, Seiji Ozawa, Christian Thielemann and Simon Rattle. The high-quality edition presents the recordings on nine discs, alongside an extensive PDF booklet which contains an essay by the renowned musicologist Richard Taruskin plus portraits of the conductors, introductions to the individual symphonies and numerous photos.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Studio Masters

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