The slow movement (track 5) is absolutely entrancing. The Gothenburg strings deliver sustained lyricism in the Symphony No. 8, and they sound great as recorded by Chandos in their own hall. This will be a nice discovery for those who treasure neglected late-Romantic works.
Neeme Järvi and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra present Vol. 2 in their series of the Symphonies of Atterberg. It is part of a larger recording project focused on Scandinavian music, which has already seen Neeme Järvi give highly regarded performances of works by the Norwegian composers Halvorsen and Svendsen with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra. During his lifetime, Kurt Atterberg was the most renowned Swedish composer both at home and abroad, as well as a successful conductor, critic, and administrator. Atterberg composed the Eighth Symphony in 1944. It features a rich tapestry of Swedish folk material which Atterberg gave fresh harmonies. A playful, vigorous, and light piece, the symphony was well received at its premiere in 1945, even soliciting a congratulatory telegram from Sibelius.
48, recorded here, was composed in 1944 and is simpler and more tonal in style than the much earlier Symphony No. 2 in F major, Op. 6. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 8 brand new listings.
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). The second volume of his Symphonies from Neeme Jarvi and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. Hybrid Surround Sound SACD. It is in the eighth symphony that some of Järvi's interpretive intentions become clear. Why did he, after all, choose to release the two folk symphonies and the jocose sixth in volume one and two, but we must wait for symphonies one, three, and five until later?
Atterberg: Orchestral Works, Vo. Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Neeme Järvi Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 7 Length: 1:00:48. CD 1. Kurt Atterberg Composer. Symphony N. in F, Op 6 Work. Neeme Järvi Conductor, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra Orchestra. Kurt Atterberg: Symphonies N. and 5. Ari Rasilainen. Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Composed By – Kurt Atterberg. Conductor – Neeme Järvi. Design, Typography – Cap & Anchor Design. Engineer, Mastered By – Torbjörn Samuelsson. Photography By – Ola Kjelbye. Photography By – Simon van Boxtel. Photography By – M. Bäcker.
Neeme Järvi and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra continue their Atterberg survey with this third volume of symphonies. The Symphony No. 1, considered "modern" at the time of its premiere in 1912, brought Atterberg worldwide recognition. The composer made several revisions to his Symphony No. 5, even rewriting the last movement 25 years later; it is the revised version that has been recorded here. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Chandos Studio Masters.
Atterberg: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2. Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Neeme Järvi. Exuberantly fresh-air symphonies, expansively performed here. BBC Music Magazine, May 2014, Mor. elease Date: 3rd Feb 2014. Catalogue No: CHSA5133. Series: Neeme Järvi Atterberg Orchestral Works. Neeme Järvi and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra present Vol. It is part of a larger recording project focussed on Scandinavian music, which has already seen Neeme Järvi give highly regarded performances of works by the Norwegian composers Halvorsen and Svendsen with the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra.
Album · 2011 · 47 Songs. Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra & Neeme Järvi. Capriccio italien, Op. 45. 3. Symphony No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 13, "Winter Daydreams": I. Dreams of a Winter Journey: Allegro tranquillo.