℗ 2021 Reference Recordings
Released May 28, 2021
Duration 1h 02m 28s
Catalogue No. RR-149
Genre Classical (Orchestral)

Barber, Sibelius & Scriabin: One Movement Symphonies

Kansas City Symphony, Michael Stern

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Symphony No. 1 in One Movement, Op. 9
Samuel Barber; Kansas City Symphony; Michael Stern
Symphony No. 7 in C Major, Op. 105
Jean Sibelius; Kansas City Symphony; Michael Stern
Symphony No. 4, Op. 54 "Le poème de l'extase"
Alexander Scriabin; Kansas City Symphony; Michael Stern
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Grammy Award Nomination, 2022 – Producer Of The Year, Classical David Frost Reference Recordings proudly presents a unique album of one movement symphonies composed by Barber, Sibelius and Scriabin, in an outstanding interpretation from Michael Stern and the Kansas City Symphony. This album was recorded in the beautiful and acoustically acclaimed Helzberg Hall, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. It was produced by David Frost, seven-time winner of the "Classical Producer of the Year" GRAMMY® award. It was recorded by RR’s engineering team, comprised of GRAMMY®-winning engineer and Technical Director Keith O. Johnson, and multi-GRAMMY® nominated engineer Sean Martin. Music Director Michael Stern is in his second decade with the Kansas City Symphony, hailed for its remarkable artistic ascent, original programming, organizational development and stability, as well as the extraordinary growth of its varied audiences since his tenure began. The Kansas City Symphony has a vision to transform hearts, minds and its community through the power of symphonic music. Founded in 1982, the Symphony has established itself as a major force in the cultural life of the community. Praised for performances of uncompromising standard, the orchestra is the largest in the region and holds a national reputation for excellence.
176.4 kHz / 24-bit, 88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Reference Recordings Studio Masters
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Album average
Range of values
-0.35 to -0.03
-27.76 to -25.65
-24.10 to -21.20
15 to 16
Symphony No. 1 in One Movement, Op. 9
Symphony No. 7 in C Major, Op. 105
Symphony No. 4, Op. 54 "Le poème de l'extase"

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