Schubert - Symphony no.9
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Cat No: S108097
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 15th June 2018
ConductorEnoch zu Guttenberg
In this symphony, Enoch zu Guttenberg makes uncompromising statements about human existence, about the violent nature of our reality that is, all the same, pervaded by the most intimate beauty. A modern and gripping new interpretation.
“This symphony produced an impression on us such as none had done since those of Beethoven. Here, besides masterly compositional technique, there is life in every fibre, colours down to the finest nuance, meaning everywhere, the acutest expression of detail, and the whole cast over by a romanticism that we are already familiar with elsewhere among Schubert’s works.” – Robert Schumann
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