Rachmaninov - Symphony No.1, Prince Rostislav
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Cat No: 4095962
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 28th October 2013
ArtistsRoyal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
The important third release completing this series of Rachmaninovís symphonies, and highlighting the Russian music of conductor Vasily Petrenko's heritage.
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and their acclaimed young Russian music director conclude their Rachmaninov cycle with a rarely heard symphonic poem on the heroic subject of a prince who sacrifices himself to save his family. The composer himself was sacrificed on the altar of public opinion after the disastrous premiere of his First Symphony, which has won deserved if belated recognition as fully characteristic of his free-flowing, yearning lyrical style.
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