Dohnanyi - Symphony No.2, Two Songs
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Cat No: 8573008
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd June 2014
WorksSongs (3), op.22
ArtistsEvan Thomas Jones (baritone)
Florida State University Symphony Orchestra
Dohnányi’s powerful Symphony No.2 was composed toward the end of the Second World War but its large canvas reflects not so much his wartime experience as his own artistic credo as a Romantic composer.
Of the symphony and its philosophy he wrote: “The goal is the end of the glorious fight. The goal is death; life is a struggle”, and in it he crafted a passionate monument to the Romanticism he espoused, heard here in its final revised version.
The two songs for baritone and orchestra have been very rarely heard, and were revived by Alexander Jiménez with the Florida State University Symphony Orchestra in 2013.
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