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Havergal Brian - Sumphony No. 1 "Gothic" mp3

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Interprète: Havergal Brian
Titre: Sumphony No. 1 "Gothic"
Pays: UK
Publié sur: 1989
Catégorie: Autres
Classement: 4.9
Catalogue #: 8223280281
Label: Marco Polo

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Havergal Brian's Gothic Symphony is the biggest, grandest, and most monumental symphony ever written. Composed in two gargantuan parts of three huge movements each, the Gothic's opening instrumental movements get progressively wilder and his closing choral orchestral setting of the Te Deum gets progressively weirder. Draped in gaudy colors and gigantic sonorities and driven by the mighty rhythms of an enormously enlarged orchestra, the Gothic strives to rise above its overwhelmingly bombastic rhetoric, but it inevitably collapses into incoherent banality and finally into. Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, etc, conducted by Ondrej Lenard. First part I - Allegro assai: 0:00 II - Lento espressivo e solenne - attacca: Brian Composer. Symphony No. 1 in D- for soloists, chorus, brass bands & orchestra, The Gothic Work. Havergal Brian: Symphony No. 1 'The Gothic'. Ondrej Lenard. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Bratislava. Tchaikovsky and Glazunov: Ballet Music. CSR Symphony Orchestra Bratislava. Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker Complete Ballet Glazunov: Les Sylphides. Czecho-Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bratislava. The Symphony No. 1 in D minor The Gothic by Havergal Brian is a symphony composed between 1919 and 1927. At around one and three quarter hours, it is among the longest symphonies ever composed with Gustav Mahler's 3rd Symphony, Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji's nine-hour 2nd Organ Symphony and Dimitrie Cuclin's unperformed No. 12 and, along with choral symphonies such as Ludwig van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony or Mahler's Eighth Symphony, it is one of a few works attempting to use the musically gigantic. 1 Brian, Havergal. This work is most likely NOT public domain in either Canada and other countries where the term is life50 years like China, Japan, Korea and many others worldwide, or the EU and in countries where the copyright term is life70 years. However, as this work was first published before 1925 or failed to meet notice or renewal requirements, it is almost certainly public domain in the USA and is therefore hosted on an American server for US residents only. Please obey the copyright laws of your country. Havergal Brian - Symphony No. 1 in D minor for soloists, chorus, brass bands & orchestra, The GothicPart 1, 1. Allegro assai 5:44. Allegro assai 1:03. Allegro assai 2:20. Read full description. See details and exclusions - SLP - Havergal Brian: Symphony No. Qty . Listen free to Havergal Brian BRIAN: Symphony No. 1, 'The Gothic' Symphony No. 1 in D Minor, The Gothic: Part 1: I. Allegro assai: section 1, Symphony no. 1 Gothic: Part 1: I. Allegro assai: section 2 and more. 46 tracks 111:05. William Havergal Brian 18761972, was an English composer. William Brian he adopted the name Havergal from a local family of hymn-writers was born on 29th January 1876 in Dresden, a district of Stoke-on-Trent, and was one of a very small number of composers to come from the English working class. Classical Music Discussion. Havergal Brian's Symphony No. 1 The Gothic. Welcome to Talk Classical - A community covering every aspect of classical music You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. An interesting sidelight on the 'Gothic' symphony is that while Brian was writing it, he was living as a music copyist, and spent all day working, and then wrote the Gothic at night. The lack of food and sleep he experienced at that time caused him to experience hallucinations. He reported that he might look up from his manuscript and see Bach sitting in the chair opposite, watching him. Havergal Brians first symphony, a monumental spectacle sub-labeled The Gothic , is akin to Arnold Schoenbergs Gurrelieder, both exemplifying the gluttonous proportions of how far Late-Romanticisms could be pushed, and Brian certainly pushes the boundaries with expansive and experimental orchestrations including organ, a vocal focus with excessive multi-part choral writing following in Berliozs footsteps with baffling choral complexities. Because of the noise floor issue, this album doesn't have the dynamic range one would expect from a quality Symphony recording. I wrote a review for the Naxos version of Havergal Brian: Symphony No. 1 'The Gothic' a year. 1 in D Minor, The Gothic: Part 2 No 2. Iudex crederis esse venturus. Adagio molto solenne e religioso. By Havergal BrianSusan Gritton, Bach Choir, Brighton Festival Chorus, Côr Caerdydd, Huddersfield Choral Society, London Symphony Chorus, The BBC National Orchestra of Wales, BBC Concert Orchestra & Martyn Brabbins. 1 in D Minor, The Gothic: Part 2 No 3. Te ergo, quaesumus. Moderato e molto sostenuto. By Havergal BrianSusan Gritton, Christine Rice, Peter Auty, Alastair Miles, Bach Choir, BBC National Chorus of Wales