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BRUCKNER, WAGNER, Dame Janet Baker, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Sir Reginald Goodall

Symphony No. 8 / Tristan and Isolde, Prelude to Act 1

  • Goodall, BBC - Bruckner Symphony No.8
  • CD1
  • 01. I. Allegro moderato (18:15)
  • 02. II. Scherzo. Allegro moderato - Trio. Langsam (16:02)
  • 03. III. Adagio. Feierlich langsam, doch nicht schleppend (27:54)
  • CD2
  • Goodall, BBC - Bruckner Symphony No.8 CD2
  • 01. IV. Finale. Feirlich, nicht schnell (27:15)
  • 02. Wagner - Tristan und Isolde: Prelude to Act I (12:52)
  • 03. I Der Engel (3:56)
  • 04. II Stehe still! (4:14)
  • 05. III Im Treibhaus (5:58)
  • 06. IV Schmerzen (2:47)
  • 07. V Traume (6:08)
  • Sir Reginald Goodall - conductor
  • Dame Janet Baker - mezzosopran
  • BBC Symphony Orchestra - orchestra
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209.00 PLN

2 CD:

Nr kat.: BBCL4086
Label  : BBC Legends

"The BBC Legends series has been a source of constant suprise and enjoyment and this issue must be considered as one of its highlights..." Classic Record Collector, Autumn 2002 hprill Apr 29 2011 4.00 stars Reginald Goodall is best known for his Wagner interpretations -- his Ring is one of the lesser known, but nevertheless considered to be one of the finest recordings of the work. From his time in Munich onwards, Goodall also had an interest in Bruckner, who had a firm place in his repertoire. It is no coincidence that Bruckner's 8th, probably the most Wagnerian of his symphonies, shines so particularly well in Goodall's interpretation. When it comes to the romanticism inherent in this music, Goodall shades it darkly and plays it slow. One is occasionally more reminded of Mahler and Wagner than of the sound most conductors seem to get out of Bruckner. Well nuanced and free of the bombast that so often comes with Bruckner interpretations, this is most certainly a worthwhile recording; Goodall's rather measured tempo (16 minutes slower than Barbirolli; 15 minutes slower than Solti; 13 minutes slower than Boulez; 7 minutes slower than Karajan) never feels dragged, only assigning ample time to fully develop the musical structures and concentrating on the sound in the broadest sense of the term. Helped by a surprisingly good sound quality, this 1969 live recording is a welcome addition to Bruckner interpretations.


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