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DVD + Blu-Ray:
Bruckner No. 2 – Christian Thielemann

In the Elbphilharmonie Thielemann once again proved to be the unrestricted Ruler on his ancestral territory, German Romantic repertoire.

  • Bruckner No. 2 – Christian Thielemann | Copyright: © C Major Entertainment

    Bruckner No. 2 – Christian Thielemann © C Major Entertainment

  • Bruckner No. 2 - Christian Thielemann | Copyright: © Matthias Creutziger

    Bruckner No. 2 - Christian Thielemann © Matthias Creutziger

  • Bruckner No. 2 - Christian Thielemann | Copyright: © Matthias Creutziger

    Bruckner No. 2 - Christian Thielemann © Matthias Creutziger

Thielemann‘s brilliant interpretation of Bruckner´s Symphony No. 2 is performed wonderfully by the Staatskapelle Dresden, completing their critically acclaimed Bruckner cycle with a concert at the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg. “In the Elbphilharmonie Thielemann once again proved to be the unrestricted Ruler on his ancestral territory, German Romantic repertoire” (Hamburger Abendblatt) and critics praised how lucent and with how much musical intensity Thielemann conducted this symphony in the acoustics of this hall – an exceptional positive example for subsequent conductors and orchestras.

Original title Bruckner No. 2 - Christian Thielemann
Genre Concert
Recording location Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, February 2019
Duration 63 mins
Production Company A production of UNITEL
Composer Anton Bruckner
Orchestra / Band Staatskapelle Dresden
Conductor Christian Thielemann

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