Anton Bruckner: Symphony no. 9 in D minor “Dem lieben Gott”
Concerto Budapest, Andràs Keller

  • TACET Real Surround Sound
  • Total playing time (mmm:ss): 60:30
  • 5.1 standard channel order: front left – front right – center – subwoofer (not used) – surround left – surround right
  • 96 kHz, 24 bit. Format: Flac (lossless)
  • Download as zip file. Booklet (English, German, French) and cover images included
  • Size: 2,43 GB
  • Barcode: 4009850024521

More productions with “Concerto Budapest”: Shostakovich Symphonies no. 9 & 5, Dvořák Symphony no. 9


All of us often hear too many words and promises. Sometimes even by those who are serious. Beware! Again somebody praises a recording of Bruckner 9. – The last Bruckner symphony talks about grandeur and nullity, about self-doubt and certainty, about life and death. Every listener has to find out on his own if András Keller and his musicians convey the message trustworthily. They tried honestly, that was obvious in every minute of these 5 recording days.

“While conducting Bruckner’s Ninth, Andras Keller pays a lot of attention to the fact that the composer dedicated his work to God. His conducting is very sensitive and gives less space to Bruckner’s doubts and inner confusion, like we have heard it in many accounts from other conductors. Keller is much more positive and the music is quite smooth.” pizzicato

“Explore the brave, unique sound of this progressive and productive symphonic orchestra with more than 100 years of history, based in Budapest, Hungary.” BBC Music Magazine


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