|1||First Movement (Maestoso)||12:07|
|2||Second Movement (Adagio-Part 1)||12:07|
|3||Second Movement (Adagio-Conclusion)|
|4||Third Movement (Scherzo)|
|5||Fourth Movement (Bewegt, doch nicht schnell)|
Bruckner, Georg Ludwig Jochum, Jochum. Label : Tahra Format : Wav Cover : Yes. Tracklist : CD 1: Anton Bruckner (1824 – 1896) Symphony N. in C Minor, WAB 101. RIAS-Sinfonie Orchester, Georg-Ludwig Jochum. CD 2: Symphony N. In C Minor, WAB 102. Orchestre Bruckner de Linz, Georg-Ludwig Jochum. CD 3: Symphony N. In D Minor, WAB 103. Das Süter, Georg-Ludwig Jochum. Symphony N. in B Flat Major, WAB 105. CD 6: Symphony No. 6 In A Major, WAB 106. Orchestre du Concertgebouw d’Amsterdam, Eugen Jochum. CD 7: Symphony N. In E Major, WAB 107. CD 8: Symphony N. In C Minor, WAB 108.
Georg-Ludwig was Eugen Jochum's younger brother who pre-deceased Eugen by several years and early enough to have most of his excellent Bruckner performances recorded in monaural thus relegating them to the historical dust bin. Fortunately, there are a few stereo recordings (a Bruckner 7th and the F major discarded trio to the Bruckner Symphony No. 9) but those Hessian Radio recordings have never been released. During World War II, Georg-Ludwig was in charge of one of Adolf Hitler's pet projects.
Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 7 in E major (WAB 107) is one of his best-known symphonies. It was written between 1881 and 1883 and was revised in 1885. It is dedicated to Ludwig II of Bavaria. The premiere, given under Arthur Nikisch and the Gewandhaus Orchestra in the opera house at Leipzig on 30 December 1884, brought Bruckner the greatest success he had known in his life. The symphony is sometimes referred to as the "Lyric", though the appellation is not the composer's own, and is seldom used.
By Anton Bruckner - Linz Bruckner Symphony Orchestra & Georg Ludwig Jochum. Louis Spohr: Quartet Concerto Opus 131. By Louis Spohr - Linz Bruckner Symphony Orchestra & Ludwig Georg Jochum. Symphony no 6 in a Major: Adagio – Part 1. By Anton Bruckner - Linz Bruckner Symphony Orchestra & Georg Ludwig Jochum. Symphony no 6 in a Major: Schrezo. Symphony no 6 in a Major: Bewegt, doch nicht schnell. Louis Spohr: Clarinet Concerto.
Symphony No. 6 in A major (WAB 106) by Austrian composer Anton Bruckner (1824–1896) is a work in four movements composed between September 24, 1879 and September 3, 1881 and dedicated to his landlord, Dr. Anton van Ölzelt-Newin. Though it possesses many characteristic features of a Bruckner symphony, it differs the most from the rest of his symphonic repertory.
Bruckner Symphony No. 6. Reichs-Bruckner Orchestra, now known as the Bruckner Orchestra Linz, was a pet project of Hitler and the Third Reich, 1944. Georg-Ludwig Jochum (younger brother of the more famous Eugen Jochum) conducts and was music director. Herbert von Karajan tried unseccessfully to become music director.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Symphony No. 1 in C minor, WAB 101 (1866 unrevised Linz version; eds. Haas, Caraggan): I. Allegro. by Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Allegro by Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Haas, Caraggan): III. Scherzo: Schnell by Royal Scottish National Orchestra. 2 (in C Minor). Linz Bruckner Orchester, Georg Ludwig Jochum. CD 4 : Symphony No. 3 (in D Minor). Berliner Philharmoniker, Hans Knappertsbusch. CD 5 : Symphony No. 4 (in E Flat Major). Staatskapelle Dresden, Karl Bohm. CD 6 : Symphony No. 5 (in B Major). Sinfonieorchester Radio Leipzig, Hermann Abendroth. CD 7 : Symphony No. 6 (in A Major). Wiener Festspiele Orchester, Hans Swarowsky. CD 8 : Symphony No. 7 (in E Major). Scholz, a conductor of limited distinction with many recordings on inexpensive labels Wagner Collection, produced this set.