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Continuing their survey of all of Anton Bruckner's symphonies in each and every one of their various versions, Markus Poschner and his team now tackle the original 1876 version of Bruckner's arguably most popular symphony, the Fourth. "1876? Surely you mean 1874!" might the Bruckner-maven go. Well, actually, recent research has brought to light that Bruckner was still fiddling around with his first go at that work, but not so substantially that the changes amounted to a separate version or, for that matter, the 1878 second "standard" version. Paul Hawkshaw's liner notes detail all the differences if you're interested - but of course, one can also just enjoy the raw and fresh music of Bruckner's expansive first ideas.
Continuing their survey of all of Anton Bruckner's symphonies in each and every one of their various versions, Markus Poschner and his team now tackle the original 1876 version of Bruckner's arguably most popular symphony, the Fourth. "1876? Surely you mean 1874!" might the Bruckner-maven go. Well, actually, recent research has brought to light that Bruckner was still fiddling around with his first go at that work, but not so substantially that the changes amounted to a separate version or, for that matter, the 1878 second "standard" version. Paul Hawkshaw's liner notes detail all the differences if you're interested - but of course, one can also just enjoy the raw and fresh music of Bruckner's expansive first ideas.
845221080840

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Format: CD
Label: CAPRICCIO
Rel. Date: 11/04/2022
UPC: 845221080840

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Continuing their survey of all of Anton Bruckner's symphonies in each and every one of their various versions, Markus Poschner and his team now tackle the original 1876 version of Bruckner's arguably most popular symphony, the Fourth. "1876? Surely you mean 1874!" might the Bruckner-maven go. Well, actually, recent research has brought to light that Bruckner was still fiddling around with his first go at that work, but not so substantially that the changes amounted to a separate version or, for that matter, the 1878 second "standard" version. Paul Hawkshaw's liner notes detail all the differences if you're interested - but of course, one can also just enjoy the raw and fresh music of Bruckner's expansive first ideas.
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