Oliver Knussen (geb. 1952): Symphonien Nr.2 & 3
- Oliver Knussen (1952–)
- Symphonien Nr.2 & 3
- CD i **;
- Künstler: Elaine Barry, Linda Hirst, The Nash Ensemble, Philharmonia Orchestra, London Sinfonietta, Michael Tilson Thomas, Oliver Knussen
- Label: NMC, DDD
- Bestellnummer: 2338764
- Erscheinungstermin: 1.5.2012
ProduktinfoTwo of Knussen's major works of the 1970s - Symphony No. 2, a song cycle on texts of Georg Trakl and Sylvia Plath, and Symphony No. 3, a symphonic poem about Shakespeare's Ophelia - are coupled with Coursing, Ophelia Dances and other works.
Oliver Knussen, Conductor
Born in Glasgow in 1952, Knussen grew up near London, where his father was principal double bass of the London Symphony Orchestra. It was with the LSO that he made his debut in April 1968, conducting his First Symphony in London and in Carnegie Hall, New York. In 1970 he was awarded the first of three fellowships to Tanglewood, where he studied with Gunther Schuller. During this time he completed several works which were subsequently widely performed on both sides of the Atlantic and established his early reputation. In 1975 Knussen returned permanently to the UK.
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