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Robert Schumann's Fourth Symphony was initially conceived not long after the success of the First, but the dramatic original single-movement version confused audiences, and substantial revisions resulted in the eloquent masterpiece we hear today. This and the Third Symphony owe a great deal to Beethoven, with the 'Rhenish' sharing much of the joy and effervescence of the 'Pastoral' Symphony. Gustav Mahler's subtle re-orchestrations were made in the light of instrumental innovations and the increase in size of the symphony orchestra towards the beginning of the 20th century, making them ideal for performance today.
Robert Schumann's Fourth Symphony was initially conceived not long after the success of the First, but the dramatic original single-movement version confused audiences, and substantial revisions resulted in the eloquent masterpiece we hear today. This and the Third Symphony owe a great deal to Beethoven, with the 'Rhenish' sharing much of the joy and effervescence of the 'Pastoral' Symphony. Gustav Mahler's subtle re-orchestrations were made in the light of instrumental innovations and the increase in size of the symphony orchestra towards the beginning of the 20th century, making them ideal for performance today.
747313443079
Schumann / Orf Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra - Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4

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Format: CD
Label: NAXOS
Rel. Date: 01/27/2023
UPC: 747313443079

Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4
Artist: Schumann / Orf Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra
Format: CD
New: In Stock $19.99
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Robert Schumann's Fourth Symphony was initially conceived not long after the success of the First, but the dramatic original single-movement version confused audiences, and substantial revisions resulted in the eloquent masterpiece we hear today. This and the Third Symphony owe a great deal to Beethoven, with the 'Rhenish' sharing much of the joy and effervescence of the 'Pastoral' Symphony. Gustav Mahler's subtle re-orchestrations were made in the light of instrumental innovations and the increase in size of the symphony orchestra towards the beginning of the 20th century, making them ideal for performance today.
        
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