Articles tagged 'Sánchez-Verdú'
Intended as a response to Brahms’ four, this symphony could be the primordial soup from which Hamburg’s greatest son emerged.
Der Mond appeared two years after the runaway hit Carmina Burana, and like most everything Orff penned in its wake, it shares the same beer-hall bravado, diatonic gamut and hammering rhythms.
Weiner completed his arrangement in 1955, and this is apparently the first recording. The challenges and decisions are huge.