Articles tagged 'Bruckner'

Josef Labor Discography Update

An update to the Josef Labor discography.

Josef Labor Discography Update

An update to the Josef Labor discography.

Three, by Two

Bruckner’s Third mass is not in fact his third, nor are the numbers of his symphonies reflective of their chronology.

Three, by Two

Bruckner’s Third mass is not in fact his third, nor are the numbers of his symphonies reflective of their chronology.

Mostly Symphonies 3.

“…[W]e still sorely missed the symphonie that Rameau never wrote. And so we created it ourselves.”

Mostly Symphonies 3.

“…[W]e still sorely missed the symphonie that Rameau never wrote. And so we created it ourselves.”

Fresh and Canned

Wozzeck may be this season’s biggest surprise at The Metropolitan Opera.

Fresh and Canned

Wozzeck may be this season’s biggest surprise at The Metropolitan Opera.

Romantic, Impressionist, Complexist: Bruckner, Griffes, Ferneyhough

His Fourth Symphony, noted especially for its distinctive hunting-call scherzo, is probably Bruckner’s most famous score.

Romantic, Impressionist, Complexist: Bruckner, Griffes, Ferneyhough

His Fourth Symphony, noted especially for its distinctive hunting-call scherzo, is probably Bruckner’s most famous score.

Mostly Symphonies

Tal’s six tightly coiled symphonies excite like no other covered here.

Mostly Symphonies

Tal’s six tightly coiled symphonies excite like no other covered here.

Four Symphonies: Reduced, Amplified, Completed and Unnecessary

One needs but a moment to get used to the intimate café texture whose Viennese litheness underscores the exquisite Schubertian opening dip.

Four Symphonies: Reduced, Amplified, Completed and Unnecessary

One needs but a moment to get used to the intimate café texture whose Viennese litheness underscores the exquisite Schubertian opening dip.

Echt und Ersatz: Mahler, Bruckner, Rott, Zemlinsky, et al.

With Berg just ’round the corner, it’s been easier to tackle Boulez’s explorations of the purely orchestral Mahler symphonies, especially the Sixth, Seventh and Ninth.

Echt und Ersatz: Mahler, Bruckner, Rott, Zemlinsky, et al.

With Berg just ’round the corner, it’s been easier to tackle Boulez’s explorations of the purely orchestral Mahler symphonies, especially the Sixth, Seventh and Ninth.

An Assortment of Recommendations

…the editor suggested that instead of reviewing a new acquisition, I write something about CD’s I have known and loved. I agreed to the proposal and hence the list below.

An Assortment of Recommendations

…the editor suggested that instead of reviewing a new acquisition, I write something about CD’s I have known and loved. I agreed to the proposal and hence the list below.