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On the occasion of the Bruckner bicentenary, the Wiener Philharmoniker recorded it's first ever complete Bruckner cycle under the baton of Christian Thielemann. In addition to the well-known canon of nine symphonies, the two earliest Bruckner symphonies in F minor and D minor, which are a world premiere on DVD and Blu-ray, were also recorded for the first time in the orchestra's history. This uniquely complete edition from the Musikverein and Salzburg Festival, featuring 11 symphonies, also includes extensive conversations with Christian Thielemann about each symphony and insights into his rehearsal work. "Two symphonies that document Bruckner's path to mastery quite excellently. (...) Conclusion: The next interesting Bruckner milestone in the cycle." (Kurier) / "Masterly, kapellmeisterlike, dreamlike." (Der Standard) / Beautiful to weep for and artistically accomplished. [...] The interpretation of the Fifth may be considered a milestone. The way the musicians realized this work was simply grandiose." (Kurier)
On the occasion of the Bruckner bicentenary, the Wiener Philharmoniker recorded it's first ever complete Bruckner cycle under the baton of Christian Thielemann. In addition to the well-known canon of nine symphonies, the two earliest Bruckner symphonies in F minor and D minor, which are a world premiere on DVD and Blu-ray, were also recorded for the first time in the orchestra's history. This uniquely complete edition from the Musikverein and Salzburg Festival, featuring 11 symphonies, also includes extensive conversations with Christian Thielemann about each symphony and insights into his rehearsal work. "Two symphonies that document Bruckner's path to mastery quite excellently. (...) Conclusion: The next interesting Bruckner milestone in the cycle." (Kurier) / "Masterly, kapellmeisterlike, dreamlike." (Der Standard) / Beautiful to weep for and artistically accomplished. [...] The interpretation of the Fifth may be considered a milestone. The way the musicians realized this work was simply grandiose." (Kurier)
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On the occasion of the Bruckner bicentenary, the Wiener Philharmoniker recorded it's first ever complete Bruckner cycle under the baton of Christian Thielemann. In addition to the well-known canon of nine symphonies, the two earliest Bruckner symphonies in F minor and D minor, which are a world premiere on DVD and Blu-ray, were also recorded for the first time in the orchestra's history. This uniquely complete edition from the Musikverein and Salzburg Festival, featuring 11 symphonies, also includes extensive conversations with Christian Thielemann about each symphony and insights into his rehearsal work. "Two symphonies that document Bruckner's path to mastery quite excellently. (...) Conclusion: The next interesting Bruckner milestone in the cycle." (Kurier) / "Masterly, kapellmeisterlike, dreamlike." (Der Standard) / Beautiful to weep for and artistically accomplished. [...] The interpretation of the Fifth may be considered a milestone. The way the musicians realized this work was simply grandiose." (Kurier)
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