Anton Bruckner: Symphony No. 9

Author: Accentus Music

Bruckner's music captivates with sincerity, transcending time. Bamberg Symphony honors his 200th anniversary with a new recording of his Ninth Symphony.

  • Anton Bruckner: Symphony No. 9 | Copyright: © Accentus Music

    Anton Bruckner: Symphony No. 9 © Accentus Music

  • Jakub Hrůša & Bamberg Symphony | Copyright: © Emilian Tsubaki

    Jakub Hrůša & Bamberg Symphony © Emilian Tsubaki

  • Jakub Hrůša | Copyright: © Emilian Tsubaki

    Jakub Hrůša © Emilian Tsubaki

The sincerity and at the same time emotionality of Anton Bruckner's musical thoughts create an inimitable magnetism that makes one "forget" time in the very best sense of the word. Anyone who wants to approach Bruckner only analytically will find their mind boggled, especially at the first encounter. His great power is a certain "transcendental charm" that is common to all his symphonies.

In 2024, the music world celebrates the 200th anniversary of Anton Bruckner's birth on 4 September 1824. On this occasion, the Bamberg Symphony – an orchestra well-versed in the interpretation of Bruckner's symphonic cosmos – and their music director Jakub Hrůša present a new recording of the composer's last and unfinished symphony, his Ninth.

On 30 November 1894, Bruckner completed the third movement of his Ninth symphony, which, like all of its predecessors, was laid out in four movements. Work on the finale began on 24 May 1895, around 16 months before his death. He composed the first 172 bars of the movement in full, after which the score is at least partially orchestrated for a further 200 bars. Although a playable version of the finale of Bruckner's Symphony No. 9 is now available, in practical life the three-movement torso has become the norm. It seems as if the non-completion paradoxically claims its place.

Bamberger Symphoniker
Jakub Hrůša

A production of Accentus Music in co-production with BR-KLASSIK.

EAN: 4260234833010

Available worldwide from 3 May 2024.



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