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Dvorak, Antonin(1841-1904) - Symphony No.8, Carnival Overture : Jansons / Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra - Import CD

Dvorak, Antonin(1841-1904) - Symphony No.8, Carnival Overture : Jansons / Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra - Import CD

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Symphony

April 26, 2016

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Catalog No.:900145

JAN/ISBN: 4562240280629

Number of Discs: 1

Country/Region of Manufacture: Import

Credits:

Dvorak, Antonin(1841-1904)

Description:

Many people may think of Jansons' recording of Dvorak No. 8 with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in 2007. The lyricism that pervades the muscular sound without any waste is a performance that is still highly acclaimed today as an expression of the world that only Jansons could have created. Jansons' Dvořák with the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, "Stabat Mater" (900142), recorded in 2015, was also excellent. The deep sadness that pervades the entire work and the warm hope that comes at the end. The contrast between the two was vividly expressed in this performance, and the affinity between Jansons and Dvořák was evident. In the "No. 8" recorded in 2016, we hear even denser Dvořák.This work, which has been described as the most Bohemian of all his symphonies, is widely loved for its bright key of G major and its lively musical ideas, especially the melancholy melody of the third movement, which has an unforgettable impact once it is heard. Of course, the orchestration is also exquisite, with interesting counter-melodies appearing throughout, and the way in which each instrument is highlighted, such as the flute solo in the last movement, shows Dvořák at his peak of maturity. Of course, Jansons cleared all difficulties with ease. The "Carnival" was performed with great satisfaction. The Carnival" is one of the pieces in the overture "Nature, Life, and Love. The entire work is a lively, lively, and bright work.Suk's "Serenade for Strings," a rare studio recording, is also closely related to Dvořák's work, and it was Dvořák, who later became his father-in-law, who suggested that Suk, who originally tended to write only "dark pieces dominated by minor keys," write "more cheerful pieces. There is an episode in the story. This piece has a calm beauty and a relaxing brightness.

Tracklisting:

1.Symphonie Nr. 8 G-Dur, Op. 88: Allegro con brio
2.Symphonie Nr. 8 G-Dur, Op. 88: Adagio
3.Symphonie Nr. 8 G-Dur, Op. 88: Allegretto grazioso
4.Symphonie Nr. 8 G-Dur, Op. 88: Allegro, ma non troppo
5.Serenada fur Streichorchester Es-Dur, Op. 6: Andante con moto
6.Serenada fur Streichorchester Es-Dur, Op. 6: Allegro, ma non troppo e grazioso - Poco meno mosso
7.Serenada fur Streichorchester Es-Dur, Op. 6: Adagio
8.Serenada fur Streichorchester Es-Dur, Op. 6: Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo presto
9.Karneval, Op. 92

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