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ENDNOTES, May 2020

Endnotes, May 2020 In this edition: Bruckner’s Second Symphony, by Stuart Millson Anton Bruckner (1824-96), organist, Wagnerphile and symphonist, has come to represent the pure, almost naive spirit of late-romanticism. From his earliest days in the Catholic church, to the … Continue reading

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ENDNOTES, 3rd September 2015

ENDNOTES, 3rd September 2015 Bruckner’s radiant vision at the Proms September’s arrival is a poignant moment in any Proms season. It means that there is not long to go before the Last Night, and that promenaders must savour the remaining … Continue reading

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ENDNOTES – Bruckner from Saarbrucken

ENDNOTES – Bruckner from Saarbrucken STUART MILLSON is re-entranced by the magnificent Eighth The recording of Bruckner’s Eighth Symphony by the Saarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Stanislaw Skrowaczewski is not a recent issue. Nor is it considered one of … Continue reading

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