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Bruckner : Symphony No. 8

Berliner Philharmoniker - Zubin Mehta

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Bruckner : Symphony No. 8

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Symphony No. 8 in C minor, WAB 108 (Anton Bruckner)

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I. Allegro moderato (2nd version, 1890)
Berliner Philharmoniker
00:15:52

Berliner Philharmoniker - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Anton Bruckner, Composer

2019 Berlin Phil Media GmbH 2019 Berlin Phil Media GmbH

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II. Scherzo. Allegro moderato – Trio. Langsam (2nd version, 1890)
Berliner Philharmoniker
00:15:01

Berliner Philharmoniker - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Anton Bruckner, Composer

2019 Berlin Phil Media GmbH 2019 Berlin Phil Media GmbH

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III. Adagio. Feierlich langsam, doch nicht schleppend (2nd version, 1890)
Berliner Philharmoniker
00:27:41

Berliner Philharmoniker - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Anton Bruckner, Composer

2019 Berlin Phil Media GmbH 2019 Berlin Phil Media GmbH

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IV. Finale. Feierlich, nicht schnell (2nd version, 1890)
Berliner Philharmoniker
00:22:40

Berliner Philharmoniker - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Anton Bruckner, Composer

2019 Berlin Phil Media GmbH 2019 Berlin Phil Media GmbH

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