Serge Tanejew (1856-1915): Symphonien Nr.2 & 4
- 1 Symphony No. 2 in B flat minor (completed and edited by V. Blok): I. Introduction and Allegro Start
- 2 Symphony No. 2 in B flat minor (completed and edited by V. Blok): II. Andante Start
- 3 Symphony No. 2 In B Flat Minor (Completed And Edited By V. Blok): Iii. Allegro Start
- 4 Symphony No. 4 in C minor, Op. 12: I. Allegro molto Start
- 5 Symphony No. 4 in C minor, Op. 12: II. Adagio Start
- 6 Symphony No. 4 In C Minor, Op. 12: Iii. Scherzo: Vivace Start
- 7 Symphony No. 4 in C minor, Op. 12: IV. Finale: Allegro energico - molto maestoso Start
ProduktinfoKnown to Tchaikovsky as the 'Russian Bach' and to Rachmaninov as 'a master composer [and] a pinnacle of musical Moscow', Sergey Taneyev was one of the most highly regarded and influential musical figures of his time. His unfinished Symphony No. 2, begun while Taneyev was a student at the Moscow Conservatoire, was recognised by his teacher, Tchaikovsky, as a work of considerable promise. It is heard here in Vladimir Blok's edition, first performed in 1977. Taneyev's Symphony No. 4, composed twenty years later, is a large-scale masterpiece considered by many to be his finest orchestral work. Thomas Sanderling's first disc in the Naxos Taneyev series (Symphonies Nos. 1 and 3 / 8.570336) was praised by The Guardian for its 'strongly characterised performances'.
PressestimmenFonoForum 08 / 10: "Mit seiner vierten Sinfonie gelang ihm ein Meisterstück, das kontrapunktische Kunstfertigkeit mit Dramatik, Gefühl und Witz verbindet. Seine unvollendete zweite Sinfonie zeigt Einflüsse seines Lehrers Tschaikowsky. Thomas Sanderling trifft genau den Nerv dieser eindrucksvollen Partituren, und das Orchester von Novosibirsk wartet mit ausnehmend schönem Streicherklang und markanten Blechbläsern auf."
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