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Christian Thielemann|Bruckner: Symphony No. 3 in D Minor, WAB 103 (Edition Nowak)

Bruckner: Symphony No. 3 in D Minor, WAB 103 (Edition Nowak)

Christian Thielemann & Wiener Philharmoniker

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«Clearly Bruckner’s music is like the wind that bloweth where it listeth in a world far removed from capitals and concert halls. The music that Bruckner wrote was not chic and sophisticated but elemental, radical and uncompromising. In spite of all its art, there is a powerful affinity with nature, with the mysticism of nature and with a sense of autochthonous earthiness, notably in Bruckner’s dance movements: as Thielemann says, Bruckner is no poseur; his music is never pretentious. There is a closeness, finally, with the open countryside, with an endless expanse, with extended journeys and with slowness.» (© Wolfgang Stähr / Sony Classical)

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Bruckner: Symphony No. 3 in D Minor, WAB 103 (Edition Nowak)

Christian Thielemann

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Symphony No.3 in D minor, WAB 103 (Edition Nowak) (Anton Bruckner)

1
I. Gemäßigt, mehr bewegt, misterioso
00:20:23

Wiener Philharmoniker, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Anton BRUCKNER, Composer - Christian Thielemann, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Arend Prohmann, Producer - Martin Kistner, Mastering Engineer - Peter Hecker, Mixing Engineer - Christian Thielemann & Wiener Philharmoniker, AssociatedPerformer

(P) 2021 Wiener Philharmoniker, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

2
II. Andante. Bewegt, feierlich, quasi Adagio
00:16:20

Wiener Philharmoniker, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Anton BRUCKNER, Composer - Christian Thielemann, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Arend Prohmann, Producer - Martin Kistner, Mastering Engineer - Peter Hecker, Mixing Engineer - Christian Thielemann & Wiener Philharmoniker, AssociatedPerformer

(P) 2021 Wiener Philharmoniker, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

3
III. Scherzo. Ziemlich schnell - Trio
00:07:32

Wiener Philharmoniker, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Anton BRUCKNER, Composer - Christian Thielemann, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Arend Prohmann, Producer - Martin Kistner, Mastering Engineer - Peter Hecker, Mixing Engineer - Christian Thielemann & Wiener Philharmoniker, AssociatedPerformer

(P) 2021 Wiener Philharmoniker, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

4
IV. Finale. Allegro
00:16:57

Wiener Philharmoniker, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Anton BRUCKNER, Composer - Christian Thielemann, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Arend Prohmann, Producer - Martin Kistner, Mastering Engineer - Peter Hecker, Mixing Engineer - Christian Thielemann & Wiener Philharmoniker, AssociatedPerformer

(P) 2021 Wiener Philharmoniker, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

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«Clearly Bruckner’s music is like the wind that bloweth where it listeth in a world far removed from capitals and concert halls. The music that Bruckner wrote was not chic and sophisticated but elemental, radical and uncompromising. In spite of all its art, there is a powerful affinity with nature, with the mysticism of nature and with a sense of autochthonous earthiness, notably in Bruckner’s dance movements: as Thielemann says, Bruckner is no poseur; his music is never pretentious. There is a closeness, finally, with the open countryside, with an endless expanse, with extended journeys and with slowness.» (© Wolfgang Stähr / Sony Classical)

Details of original recording : Recorded on November 27-29 2020, Musikverein, Golden Hall, Vienna (Austria)

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