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  • Anton Bruckner - Symphony No. 4 Romantic

    58:36

    Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 4 in E-flat major is one of the composer's most popular works. It was written in 1874 and revised several times through 1888. It was dedicated to Prince Konstantin of Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst. It was premiered in 1881 by Hans Richter in Vienna with great success.
    The symphony's nickname of Romantic was used by the composer himself. It does not refer to the modern conception of romantic love but rather the medieval romance as depicted in the operas Lohengrin and Siegfried of Richard Wagner.
    The symphony has four movements:

    I. Bewegt, nicht zu schnell (0:09)
    II. Andante, quasi allegretto (15:25)
    III. Scherzo. Bewegt - Trio: Nicht zu schnell (29:05)
    IV. Finale: Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell (40:00)

    Conductor: Heinz Rogner
    Orchestra: Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester Berlin
    Photo: Hohenzollern Castle, Germany.

  • Bruckner - Symphonies 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

    9:11:54

    Anton Bruckner (1824-1896) - The 9 Symphonies

    Symphony #1 In C Minor *
    Allegro (00:00)
    Adagio (12:39)
    Scherzo. Schnell (25:13)
    Finale. Bewegt, feurig (34:08)

    Symphony # 2 In C Minor **
    Moderato (47:21)
    Andante (1:05:16)
    Scherzo. Mäßig schnell (1:19:20)
    Finale. Mehr schnell (1:25:52)

    Symphony #3 In D Minor **
    Mehr langsam, Misterioso (1:39:10)
    Adagio, bewegt, quasi Andante (1:59:14)
    Ziemlich schnell (2:14:32)
    Allegro (2:21:46)

    Symphony #4 In E Flat ‘’Romantic’’ *
    Bewegt, nicht zu schell (2:32:24)
    Andante quasi Allegretto (2:50:03)
    Scherzo. Bewegt (3:06:49)
    Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell (3:16:54)

    Symphony #5 In B Flat **
    Introduction. Adagio, Allegro (3:36:58)
    Adagio. Sehr langsam (3:57:52)
    Scherzo. Molto vivace - Schnell (4:17:15)
    Finale. Adagio - Allegro moderato (4:29:50)

    Symphony #6 In A **
    Majestoso (4:53:49)
    Adagio. Sehr feierlich (5:10:26)
    Scherzo. Nicht schnell (5:27:40)
    Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell (5:35:35)

    Symphony #7 In E *
    Allegro moderato (5:48:54)
    Adagio. Sehr feierlich und sehr langsam (6:09:33)
    Scherzo. Sehr schnell (6:34:35)
    Finale. Bewegt, doch nicht schnell (6:44:18)

    Symphony #8 In C Minor *
    Allegro moderato (6:56:50)
    Scherzo. Allegro moderato (7:10:33)
    Adagio. Feierlich langsam; doch nicht schleppend (7:24:35)
    Finale. Feierlich, nicht schnell (7:51:17)

    Symphony #9 In D Minor *
    Feierlich, misterioso (8:11:06)
    Scherzo. Bewegt, lebhaft (8:34:24)
    Adagio. Langsam, feierlich… (8:44:13)

    *Berliner Philharmoniker
    **Symphonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
    Eugen JOCHUM
    Stéréo recordings in 1958,1964-67
    Label : Deutsche Grammophon

    Was die Instrumentation betrifft, ist Bruckner kaum romantisch zu nennen, sondern er basiert absolut auf dem barocken Klangideal und antizipiert dadurch Instrumentations-Tendenzen, die erst in der Moderne wieder lebendig geworden sind. Seine Gedanken aber reichen von der frühgotischen Mystik über die Welt Palästinas bis hinein in die Naturverbundenheit des 19. Jahrhunderts, und nur in diesem letzten Punkt berührt er sich näher mit seinem Zeitgenossen Richard Wagner.

    Dessen großartiges Werk jedoch bringt die ganze nervöse Sensibilität seiner Zeit zum Ausdruck, ist erfüllt von einer glühenden Erotik und schrankenlosen Subjektivität, verbunden mit einer grandiosen Naturschau. Bruckner ist vollständig frei von dieser sensualistischen Erotik, aber dafür erfüllt von der Wärme und Lebendigkeit der österreichischen Landschaft und des österreichischen Volkstums; der Hintergrund indes all seines Musizierens ist eine Frömmigkeit und mystische Gottverbundenheit, wie sie in der europäischen Musik nur noch bei Bach zu finden ist. Eugen Jochum

    Bruckner - Symphony No.7 Adagio (Century's recording : W.Furtwängler 1942)

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  • Anton Bruckner - Ave Maria

    4:15

    From the monastery church of Rott am Inn, Germany

    Bach-Collegium of Munich
    Neubeuern Choral Society
    Enoch zu Guttenberg - conductor

    Anton Bruckner - Ave Maria

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    This live recording comes from one of the most lovely Baroque churches in Southern Germany. The former monastery church of Rott am Inn in Upper Bavaria provides a perfect setting in architectural and artistic terms for a concert comprising of a selection of music for Christmas. The film tells the story of the birth of Christ using the words of the Scriptures to the accompaniment of music ranging from Johann Sebastian Bach, Anton Bruckner, Max Reger and Johannes Brahms to old Bavarian folk tunes. Performed by the Neubeuern Choral Society, a lay choir who have become world famous in their performances of both ecclesiastical and traditional domestic music, and the Bach-Collegium of Munich, a body of individually established players from various Munich ensembles. Enoch zu Guttenberg conducts the musical performance.

  • Anton Bruckner - Locus iste

    3:07

    From Bruckner: Mass in E Minor & Motets - Anton Bruckner by Philippe Herreweghe, Ensemble Musique Oblique and La Chapelle Royale on harmonia mundi
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  • March in D Minor, WAB 96

    4:52

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    March in D Minor, WAB 96 · Bonn Beethoven Orchestra

    Anton Bruckner: The Collection

    ℗ 2018 Profil

    Released on: 2018-03-02

    Conductor: Stefan Blunier
    Orchestra: Bonn Beethoven Orchestra
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Bruckner: Symphony No 6, IV. Finale: Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell | Sir Simon Rattle

    5:33

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  • Bruckner: Tota pulchra es Maria, WAB 46

    5:20

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Bruckner: Tota pulchra es Maria, WAB 46 · Richard Holm · Hedwig Bilgram · Eugen Jochum · Bavarian Radio Chorus

    Bruckner: Te Deum; Motetten; 150. Psalm

    ℗ 1967 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 1999-01-01

    Producer, Recording Producer: Wolfgang Lohse
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Klaus Scheibe
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Rolf Peter Schroeder
    Associated Performer, Chorus Master: Wolfgang Schubert
    Composer: Anton Bruckner
    Author: Traditional

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  • Mitternacht, WAB 80

    5:34

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    Mitternacht, WAB 80 · Christoph Pregardien

    Serenade - Songs of Night and Love

    ℗ 2012 Genuin

    Released on: 2012-03-06

    Artist: Christoph Pregardien
    Artist: Andreas Frese
    Choir: Camerata Musica Limburg
    Conductor: Jan Schumacher
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Abendzauber, WAB 57

    8:03

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    Abendzauber, WAB 57 · Alfred Orda

    Szymanowski, Bruckner & Schumann: A Choral Anthology

    ℗ 2013 Symposium

    Released on: 2013-10-01

    Artist: Alfred Orda
    Choir: BBC Chorus
    Conductor: Bryan Fairfax
    Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra, members
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Tantum ergo, WAB 44

    2:22

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    Tantum ergo, WAB 44 (Reconstructed by B.-G. Cohrs) · RIAS Kammerchor

    Bruckner: Missa solemnis in B-Flat Minor, WAB 29

    ℗ 2018 Accentus Music

    Released on: 2018-03-02

    Orchestra: Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin
    Choir: RIAS Kammerchor
    Conductor: Łukasz Borowicz
    Composer: Anton Bruckner
    Composer: Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs

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  • Tantum ergo, WAB 32

    2:35

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    Tantum ergo, WAB 32 · Lalá

    Alles hat seine Zeit

    ℗ 2014 haenssler CLASSIC

    Released on: 2014-05-06

    Ensemble: Lalá
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Bruckner: Symphony No.1 In C Minor - Version 1890/91 Wiener Fassung - 3. Scherzo. Lebhaft -...

    9:12

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    Bruckner: Symphony No.1 In C Minor - Version 1890/91 Wiener Fassung - 3. Scherzo. Lebhaft - Trio langsam · Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin · Riccardo Chailly

    Bruckner: The Symphonies

    ℗ 1988 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Producer, Recording Producer: Michael Haas
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Stanley Goodall
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Symphony No. 3 in D Minor, WAB 103 : III. Scherzo:...

    6:27

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    Symphony No. 3 in D Minor, WAB 103 (original 1873 version, ed. L. Nowak) : III. Scherzo: Ziemlich schnell · Orchestre Métropolitain

    Bruckner: Symphony No. 3 in D Minor, WAB 103 (Original 1873 Version)

    ℗ 2014 ATMA Classique

    Released on: 2014-09-30

    Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin
    Orchestra: Orchestre Métropolitain
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Um Mitternacht, WAB 89

    4:37

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    Um Mitternacht, WAB 89 · Alison Browner

    Serenade - Songs of Night and Love

    ℗ 2012 Genuin

    Released on: 2012-03-06

    Artist: Alison Browner
    Artist: Andreas Frese
    Choir: Camerata Musica Limburg
    Conductor: Jan Schumacher
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Ave Maria, WAB 7: Ave Maria, WAB 7

    4:11

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    Ave Maria, WAB 7: Ave Maria, WAB 7 · Anton Brucker · Elisabeth Meyer-Topsøe · Birgitte Ebert

    Til Jomfru Maria - Songs to Our Lady

    ℗ 2010 Danacord

    Released on: 2010-07-07

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  • Requiem

    1:10

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    Requiem · Laudantes Consort

    Anton Bruckner: The Collection

    ℗ 2013 Profil

    Released on: 2013-05-07

    Conductor: Guy Janssens
    Orchestra: Laudantes Consort
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Bruckner: Symphony No. 4 in E-Flat Major - Romantic, WAB 104 - Version 1878/1880 - 3. Scherzo...

    9:52

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    Bruckner: Symphony No. 4 in E-Flat Major - Romantic, WAB 104 - Version 1878/1880 - 3. Scherzo (Bewegt) - Trio (Nicht zu schnell. Keinesfalls schleppend) · Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam · Bernard Haitink

    Bruckner: The Symphonies

    ℗ 1965 Universal International Music B.V.

    Released on: 2019-03-01

    Producer, Recording Producer: Jaap van Ginneken
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Gerard Janszen
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Ko Witteveen
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Der Abendhimmel, WAB 56

    2:51

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    Der Abendhimmel, WAB 56 · Camerata Musica Limburg

    Serenade - Songs of Night and Love

    ℗ 2012 Genuin

    Released on: 2012-03-06

    Choir: Camerata Musica Limburg
    Conductor: Jan Schumacher
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Tota pulchra es, WAB 46

    5:11

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    Tota pulchra es, WAB 46 · Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Choir

    I Sing of a Maiden

    ℗ 2011 Gothic

    Released on: 2011-11-01

    Artist: Peter Latona
    Choir: Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Choir
    Conductor: Leo Nestor
    Ensemble: Ars Nova Brass
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Bruckner: Symphony No.7 in E major - 3. Scherzo

    9:35

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    Bruckner: Symphony No.7 in E major - 3. Scherzo (Sehr schnell) · Staatskapelle Dresden · Giuseppe Sinopoli

    Bruckner: Symphony No. 7

    ℗ 1993 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Producer, Executive Producer, Recording Producer: Wolfgang Stengel
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Klaus Hiemann
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Editor: Klaus Behrens
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Jürgen Bulgrin
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Virga Jesse, WAB 52

    4:08

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Virga Jesse, WAB 52 · USSR Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra · Gennady Rozhdestvensky · Anton Bruckner · USSR Ministry of Culture State Chamber Choir

    Bruckner: Motets & Schnittke: Symphony No. 2 - St. Florian

    ℗ 1984 FSUE Firma Melodiya

    Released on: 2014-11-27

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  • Bruckner: Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, WAB 109 - 2. Scherzo -...

    9:49

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    Bruckner: Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, WAB 109 - 2. Scherzo (Bewegt lebhaft) - Trio (Schnell) - Scherzo da capo · Berliner Philharmoniker · Eugen Jochum

    Bruckner: 9 Symphonies

    ℗ 1966 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer, Recording Producer: Wolfgang Lohse
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Klaus Scheibe
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Volker Martin
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Mass No. 2 in E Minor: III. Credo

    9:50

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    Mass No. 2 in E Minor: III. Credo · Anton Bruckner · Stuttgart Wind Ensemble · Rolf Schweizer · Pforzheim Motet Choir

    Anton Bruckner: Mass & Motet Choral Colection

    ℗ 2014 Ameritz Music Ltd.

    Released on: 2014-05-13

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  • Os justi

    4:43

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    Os justi · Voces 8 · Voces 8

    A Choral Tapestry

    ℗ 2011 Signum Records

    Released on: 2012-02-06

    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • III. Szimfónia, d-moll - zenekarra: III. Scherzo - Ziemlich schnell

    4:26

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    III. Szimfónia, d-moll - zenekarra: III. Scherzo - Ziemlich schnell · Fekete Zoltán · Anton Bruckner · Salzburgi Mozarteum Zenekara

    III. Szimfónia, d-moll - zenekarra

    ℗ 1954 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1954-12-14

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  • String Quintet in F Major, WAB 112: II. Scherzo

    7:28

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    String Quintet in F Major, WAB 112: II. Scherzo (Schnell) - Trio (Langsamer) · Amadeus Quartet & Cecil Aronowitz

    Romanticism

    ℗ Ludger Boeckenhoff Audite Musikproduktion

    Released on: 2016-11-25

    Artist: Amadeus Quartet / Amadeus Quartet / Amadeus Quartet
    Artist: Cecil Aronowitz
    Composer: Anton Bruckner / Anton Bruckner / Anton Bruckner
    Music Publisher: copyright control

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  • Rondo in C Minor

    6:02

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    Rondo in C Minor (alternative Finale for String Quartet in C Minor, WAB 111) · Fine Arts Quartet

    Anton Bruckner: The Collection

    ℗ 2013 Profil

    Released on: 2013-05-07

    Ensemble: Fine Arts Quartet
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Christus factus est, WAB 11

    6:23

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    Christus factus est, WAB 11 · Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal · Daniel Doyon · Didier Seutin · Jean-Louis Chatel

    Musique sacrée à l'oratoire

    ℗ 2010 XXI-21 Productions Inc.

    Released on: 2010-01-01

    Main Artist: Daniel Doyon
    Main Artist: Didier Seutin
    Main Artist: Jean-Louis Chatel
    Main Artist: Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Pange Lingua, WAB 31

    1:20

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    Pange Lingua, WAB 31 · Philipp von Steinaecker · Philipp von Steinaecker

    Bruckner Pange Lingua

    ℗ fra bernardo

    Released on: 2015-01-12

    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Christus factus est

    4:56

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    Christus factus est · Anton Bruckner · Jeunesses Musicales Chorus · Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra · Sandor Frigyes

    Passion & Easter: The Most Glorious Spiritual Music

    ℗ 2009 Cobra Entertainment LLC.

    Released on: 2009-09-29

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  • Symphony No. 6 in A Major, WAB 106: III. Scherzo

    9:24

    Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics

    Symphony No. 6 in A Major, WAB 106: III. Scherzo (Nicht schnell) - Trio (Langsam) · Otto Klemperer/New Philharmonia Orchestra

    Bruckner: Symphony 6/Humperdinck & Wagner Overtures

    ℗ 1965 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd Digital remastering P 2003 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

    Orchestra: New Philharmonia Orchestra
    Conductor: Otto Klemperer
    Producer: Peter Andry
    Balance Engineer: Robert J. Gooch
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Ecce sacerdos magnus, WAB 13

    5:01

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    Ecce sacerdos magnus, WAB 13 · NDR Chor

    Krol: Von Werden und Vergehen

    ℗ 2011 Ars Musici

    Released on: 2011-01-01

    Artist: Jurgen Lamke
    Choir: NDR Chor
    Artist: Oliver Siefert
    Conductor: Robin Gritton
    Artist: Stefan Geiger
    Artist: Uwe Schrodi
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Symphony No. 8 in C Minor, WAB 108 : IV. Finale. Feierlich, nicht schnell

    4:47

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    Symphony No. 8 in C Minor, WAB 108 (1892 Version) : IV. Finale. Feierlich, nicht schnell · Berliner Philharmoniker

    Brahms & Bruckner: The Symphonies

    ℗ 2018 Profil

    Released on: 2018-11-09

    Orchestra: Berliner Philharmoniker
    Conductor: Hans Knappertsbusch
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Asperges Me, WAB 4

    1:58

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    Asperges Me, WAB 4 · Philipp von Steinaecker · Philipp von Steinaecker

    Bruckner Pange Lingua

    ℗ fra bernardo

    Released on: 2015-01-12

    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • String Quintet in F Major, WAB 112: IV. Finale: Lebhaft bewegt

    9:39

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    String Quintet in F Major, WAB 112: IV. Finale: Lebhaft bewegt · Cecil Aronowitz

    Mozart, Beethoven & Bruckner: String Quintets

    ℗ 2014 SWR Classic Archive

    Released on: 2014-04-25

    Artist: Cecil Aronowitz
    Ensemble: Amadeus Quartet
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Pange lingua, WAB 33

    6:06

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    Pange lingua, WAB 33 · Dresdner Kreuzchor

    Bruckner, A.: Motets

    ℗ 1987 Capriccio

    Released on: 1987-01-01

    Choir: Dresdner Kreuzchor
    Conductor: Martin Flamig
    Composer: Anton Bruckner

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  • Anton Bruckner - Symphony No. 8 in C minor

    1:19:47

    From the Stiftskirche St. Florian in Linz, Austria on the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of the death of Anton Bruckner, 1996
    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    Pierre Boulez

    Anton Bruckner - Symphony No. 8 in C minor (WAB 108)

    0:28 I. Allegro moderato
    15:43 II. Scherzo. Allegro moderato - Trio, langsam
    29:40 III. Adagio. Feierlich langsam; doch nicht schleppend
    54:58 IV. Finale. Feierlich, nicht schnell

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  • Anton Bruckner - 6 Famous Choir Works

    23:26

    Anton Bruckner (4 September 1824 – 11 October 1896) was an Austrian composer known for his symphonies, masses, and motets. The first are considered emblematic of the final stage of Austro-German Romanticism because of their rich harmonic language, strongly polyphonic character, and considerable length. Bruckner's compositions helped to define contemporary musical radicalism, owing to their dissonances, unprepared modulations, and roving harmonies.

    6 Choir works

    1. Ave Maria
    2. Afferentur regi 3:36
    3. Pange lingua 5:10
    4. Locus iste 9:56
    5. Os justi 13:08
    6. Christus factus est 17:23

    SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart (VE) conducted by Marcus Creed

  • Anton Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 in E major

    1:6:09

    Edition: Robert Haas

    Allegro moderato • 19:40 Adagio: Sehr feierlich und sehr langsam • 42:55 Scherzo: Sehr schnell - Trio: Etwas langsamer • 53:06 Finale: Bewegt, doch nicht schnell

  • Bruckner - Symphony No 9 - Bernstein

    1:7:44

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    Symphony No 9 in D minor

    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    Leonard Bernstein

  • Bruckner : Symphony no. 1 conducted by Karajan and BPO

    50:54

    Anton Bruckner: Symphony no. 1 In C Minor, WAB 101

    I. Allegro (00:00)
    II. Adagio (13:00)
    III. Scherzo: Lebhaft – Trio: Langsam (27:24)
    IV. Finale: Bewegt und feurig (36:24)

    Herbert von Karajan
    Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Os Justi Meditabitur- Anton Bruckner

    6:00

    Os Justi Meditabitur- Anton Bruckner

    The University of Utah Chamber Choir
    Dr. Barlow Bradford, Conductor

    The University of Utah Chamber Choir perform Os Justi Meditabitur by Anton Bruckner live in concert in the National Taiwan Concert Hall on July 17, 2018 as part of their Asia Tour to Taiwan and China.

    Text:
    Os justi meditabitur sapientiam:
    et lingua ejus loquetur judicium.
    Lex Dei ejus in corde ipsius:
    et non supplantabuntur gressus ejus.
    Alleluia.

    The mouth of the righteous utters wisdom,
    and his tongue speaks what is just.
    The law of his God is in his heart:
    and his feet do not falter.
    Alleluia.

  • 10 Interesting Anton Bruckner Facts

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  • Anton Bruckner - Symphony No. 8 in C minor, WAB 108

    1:13:56

    Anton Bruckner (4 September 1824 – 11 October 1896) was an Austrian composer known for his symphonies, masses, and motets. The first are considered emblematic of the final stage of Austro-German Romanticism because of their rich harmonic language, strongly polyphonic character, and considerable length.Bruckner's compositions helped to define contemporary musical radicalism, owing to their dissonances, unprepared modulations, and roving harmonies.

    Symphony No. 8 in C minor, WAB 108
    1890 Version
    Dedicated to Franz Josef I., Kaiser von Österreich

    I. Allegro moderato
    II. Scherzo. Allegro moderato; Trio. Langsam (14:07)
    III. Adagio. Feierlich langsam, doch nicht schleppend (27:46)
    IV. Finale. Feierlich, nicht schnell (53:09)

    Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by Bernard Haitink

    Symphony No. 8 in C minor is the last symphony the composer completed. It exists in two major versions of 1887 and 1890. It was premiered under conductor Hans Richter in 1892 in Vienna. It is dedicated to the Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria.

    This symphony is sometimes nicknamed The Apocalyptic, but this was not a name Bruckner gave to the work himself.

    Bruckner began work on the Eighth Symphony in July 1884. Working mainly during the summer vacations from his duties at the University of Vienna and the Vienna Conservatory, the composer had all four movements completed in draft form by August 1885. The orchestration of the work took Bruckner until April 1887 to complete: during this stage of composition the order of the inner movements was reversed, leaving the scherzo second and the Adagio as the third movement.

    In September 1887 Bruckner had the score copied and sent to conductor Hermann Levi. Levi was one of Bruckner's closest collaborators, having given a performance of the Seventh Symphony in Munich that was the greatest triumph Bruckner had yet experienced. He had also arranged for Bruckner's career to be supported in other ways, including financial assistance from the nobility, and an honorary doctorate from the University of Vienna. However the conductor wrote back to Bruckner that:

    I find it impossible to perform the Eighth in its current form. I just can't make it my own! As much as the themes are magnificent and direct, their working-out seems to me dubious; indeed, I consider the orchestration quite impossible... Don't lose your courage, take another look at your work, talk it over with your friends, with Schalk, maybe a reworking can achieve something.
    By January 1888 Bruckner had come to agree with Levi that the symphony would benefit from further work. He began work on the revision in March 1889 and completed the new version of the symphony in March 1890. Once the revision was completed, the composer wrote to Emperor Franz Josef I for permission to dedicate the symphony to him. The emperor accepted Bruckner's request and also offered to help pay for the work's publication.] Bruckner had some trouble finding a publisher for the work, but in late 1890 the Haslinger-Schlesinger-Lienau company agreed to undertake publication. Bruckner's associates Josef Schalk and Max von Oberleithner assisted with the publication process: Schalk prepared the musical text to be sent to the printer while Oberleithner corrected the proofs and also provided financial support. The symphony was eventually published in March 1892. It was the only one of Bruckner's symphonies to be published before its first performance.

  • Sonoro: Locus iste by Anton Bruckner

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    Locus iste a Deo factus est, inaestimabile sacramentum, irreprehensibilis est.
    This place was made by God, a priceless mystery; it is without reproof.

    Sonoro
    Neil Ferris, conductor

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  • Anton Bruckner - Symphony No. 0, in D minor , WAB 100

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    Anton Bruckner (4 September 1824 – 11 October 1896) was an Austrian composer known for his symphonies, masses, and motets. The first are considered emblematic of the final stage of Austro-German Romanticism because of their rich harmonic language, strongly polyphonic character, and considerable length. Bruckner's compositions helped to define contemporary musical radicalism, owing to their dissonances, unprepared modulations, and roving harmonies.

    Symphony No. 0, in D minor (Die Nullte), WAB 100 (c. 1863)

    1. Allegro
    2. Andante (14:37)
    3. Scherzo. Presto - Trio. Langsamer und ruhiger (27:44)
    4. Finale. Moderato (34:26)

    Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by Bernard Haitink

    Description by Wayne Reisig [-]
    The curious numeration of Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 0 would imply that its composition preceded his First (1868). Yet its date is ambiguous. It is most generally agreed that its genesis was in 1863 and it was substantially revised into its definitive form in 1869, after Bruckner had made the significant acquaintance of Beethoven's Ninth. In its first rehearsal by the Vienna Philharmonic, conductor Otto Dessoff, upon examining the first movement, asked where the main theme was. This was all it took for the sensitive composer to shelve the work until the penultimate year of his life. Although reluctant to include the symphony in his official canon, he was hesistant to discard it altogether and thus appended the curious designation for which it is famous, along with the words only an attempt.

    It shows many anticipations of Bruckner's mature style and the composer used the work as a sort of thematic woodshed for the creation of subsequent works. The scurrying opening motive is so unusual that it is understandable that Dessoff could not identify it as a theme. The overall harmonic layout is strikingly similar to the opening of the Third Symphony, also in D minor. The second theme is similar in mood to that of the Seventh Symphony, its lyricism set against a softly tread march. What is unusual is the brief reappearance of the opening theme before the third theme is stated, a typical Brucknerian hymn-theme. Anticipation of the Third Symphony can be heard in the development, where a whirlwind transformation of the main theme vies with a chorale-like transformation of the other themes. The recapitulation already reveals Bruckner's tendency to telescope this section while avoiding verbatim restatement. The beginning of the coda uses a motive heard later in the Sixth Symphony and the Te Deum. The second movement is more in the mood of an andante than a typical Bruckner adagio, although it does unfold at a leisurely pace. In song form, a hymn-like theme alternates with lighter lyrical one. Most conspicuously absent is the working up to a steeple-like climax present in all of Bruckner's slow movements from the Third on. The following scherzo is neither heavy-footed nor Valkyrie-like, but shows the influence of Schubert's symphonic scherzi, while the trio is chromatic in a way somewhat different from Bruckner's later style. A brooding introduction over pulsating woodwinds opens the finale, with the first theme proper bursting forth forte in unison, quite similar to the opening of Beethoven's Ninth. The second theme is unusual for being mercurial, a mood rare in any Bruckner, but the typical gesangperiod follows in the third theme. The development shows many Brucknerian devices including insistent unisons and trailing woodwind figurations. Again the recapitulation is terse. A brief diminuendo precedes the short vigorous coda, not yet the deliberate inexorable buildup against a reverberating tonic typical of the composer. None the less, the Zero symphony is a worthy work in perspective, accepted as part of the canon with the other nine.

  • The Best of Anton Bruckner

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    MAKE SURE TO CHECK OUT PART 2!:
    This is a series of excerpts from Anton Bruckner's symphonies. Bruckner has long been my favorite composer, as his music fully harnesses the power of the orchestra and exceedingly showcases the bitter emotion of the latter part of the Romantic period. In no way am I saying that these are the only things worth listening to out of Bruckner's works, these are just SOME of my personal favorites!

    I gave credit in the video to the orchestras and conductors for their phenomenal work in interpreting this music. In no way do I claim to own this, and intend for it to be used for educational purposes only. If you have any questions or concerns, comment below or shoot me a message.

  • Anton Brucker - Locus iste - The Sixteen

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    Locus iste a Deo factus est,
    inaestimabile sacramentum,
    irreprehensibilis est.

    This place was made by God,
    a priceless mystery;
    it is without reproof.

  • Anton Bruckner Abendzauber

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    Abendzauber by Anton Bruckner
    Christoph Prégardien, tenor
    Camerata Musica Limburg
    Jan Schumacher

  • Bruckner: Locus iste

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    The Stanford Chamber Chorale, under the direction of Stephen M. Sano, performs the gradual motet Locus iste of Austrian Romantic composer Anton Bruckner (1824-1896).

    The video is taken from the Chorale's Thailand tour farewell concert on May 18, 2013 in Stanford Memorial Church.

    For more information and other performances by the Chorale, please visit our website and YouTube channel:



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