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Why was Bruckner's Der Mondabend so late retrieved?

Der Mondabend, WAB deest is a lied, which Bruckner composed for Aloisia Bogner in c. 1850. The manuscript of the lied is part of the workbook "Lieder für
rhulhoven
Jan 27
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11570

Re: Schubert's unfinished scherzo

Maybe it's a bit off topic, but I came up with my own completion of Schubert's Symphony No.8: (III. Scherzo) Andantino in G major (Ballet Music #2) (IV.
bertbrouwer_62
Oct 16, 2015
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11569

Re: Performing the completed B9

Hi Anneliese, Nice photo. Thanks for the upload. If I'm correct, sound-engineers often use the best parts of all available recorded material of the successive
bertbrouwer_62
Jun 29, 2015
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Re: Performing the completed B9

Hello Bert, Its been a while since my last posting but this subject of the "finished" B9 being the preferred version intrigued me. Rattle and the BPO
annelieseanderle
Jun 28, 2015
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Re: Spot Bruckner in this painting

According to this website, Bruckner represents Simon: http://www.artic.edu/sites/default/files/libraries/pubs/1892/AIC1892UhdeSupper_comb.pdf
bertbrouwer_62
Jun 18, 2015
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11566

Re: Spot Bruckner in this painting

Schonzeler says in his book that being depicted in this way was "an honour which made a particularly deep impression" on Bruckner. Alastair Fewins
ALASTAIR FEWINS
Jun 17, 2015
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Re: Spot Bruckner in this painting

I'm curious if the composer would have approved of this portrayal, given his piousness and modesty. From: "bertbrouwer_62@... [antonbrucknerclub]"
Ray Barnes
Jun 17, 2015
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Re: Spot Bruckner in this painting

I think he is the one on the extreme left. I wonder which Apostle he represents? Not Judas, anyway! Forgive this intrusion from a lurker of several years'
Oliver Mundy
Jun 17, 2015
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Spot Bruckner in this painting

Who can spot Bruckner in this painting? http://wikimedia.org/wiki/File:The_Last_Supper_(1886),_by_Fritz_von_Uhde.jpg
bertbrouwer_62
Jun 17, 2015
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11562

Re: Performing the completed B9

I happen to have the recording of Sibelius #2 played by Okko Kamu and the BPO, re-released in a very good sound quality by the way in the Virtuoso series of
bertbrouwer_62
Apr 1, 2015
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11561

Re: Performing the completed B9

Up here in Seattle we were just treated to a survey of all seven of the symphonies, plus the Violin Concerto, Finlandia and the Andante Festivo with the
Alan Carrier
Mar 31, 2015
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Re: Performing the completed B9

Since we are on the subject of Jean Sibelius, I have all seven of his symphonies (two of the second) plus Kullervo (Jorma Panula), and all the tone poems.
hohenstaufen2_15001
Mar 31, 2015
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Re: Performing the completed B9

I've listened to B9/Sibelius #7 a few times now, and although this combination was never intended of course, I now think it's beautiful nonetheless. So thanks
bertbrouwer_62
Mar 27, 2015
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11558

Re: Performing the completed B9

Yesterday I listened to the three mvt. B9, followed by Sibelius #7... an interesting experience.
bertbrouwer_62
Mar 22, 2015
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Re: Performing the completed B9

There is a performance of the completed 9th in London on December 16th 2015. Listing and tickets: Beethoven, Bruckner | Barbican Hall | 16 December at 19:30 |
happysnapper50
Mar 19, 2015
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