Vienna Phil / Thielemann: Bruckner 3 at Musikverein
The First Bruckner Cycle with Christian Thielemann and the Wiener Philharmoniker adds a very special Third Symphony.
Christian Thielemann & Wiener Philharmoniker © Terry Linke
In fall 2020, the Musikvereinssaal in Vienna became a high-tech recording studio for the continuation of the Bruckner Cycle. Enjoy the best possible acoustic and visual experiences in the famous hall as you’ve never seen it before!
For the very first time in the orchestra’s history, the Wiener Philharmoniker have engaged themselves to a complete Bruckner Cycle and chose the renowned Bruckner expert Christian Thielemann as conductor.
The first recordings met with great enthusiasm and approval. “Only the highest musical perfection sounds like this” (Kurier).
Bruckner’s program is greatness, pathos, sublimity. “With their warm string and beautiful brass sound, the Wiener Philharmoniker are ideal partners for him” (BR Klassik).
The large-scale Bruckner Cycle extends to the composer’s 200th birthday in 2024. The Wiener Philharmoniker, who premiered four of the nine Bruckner Symphonies, are more familiar with this music than any other orchestra.
English title BRUCKNER, SYMPHONY NO. 3 IN D MINOR
Original title BRUCKNER, SYMPHONY NO. 3 IN D MINOR
Recording location Musikvereinssaal, Vienna
Recording date November 2020
Production year 2020
Duration 65 Min.
Video format UHD
Production Company Unitel
Director Benedict Mirow
Distribution TV Unitel & C Major for Unitel
Conductor Christian Thielemann
Orchestra / Band Wiener Philharmoniker
Composer Anton Bruckner
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