The Cadaqués Orchestra
conducted by Gianandrea Noseda presents the complete symphonies of Johannes Brahms in a double CD.
This symphonic cycle, despite being one of the least extensive, is one of the keys to understanding the transition from classicism to romanticism and orchestral music from the 19th century to the present day.
ensemble, smaller than usual for this repertoire, becomes a brilliant tool in the hands of the Italian conductor, who knows every nuance of the score and brings out the best in each of the musicians with a splendid labour that results in masterly performances.
Un poco sostenuto - Allegro
Allegro non troppo
All the symphonies were recorded at the Auditorio de Zaragoza after a tour of various Spanish cities.
The Orquesta de Cadaqués
accepted the challenge of making the first recording of this complete set by a Spanish ensemble, with a magnificent result that is on a par with the key recordings of this repertoire. A recording that was an important undertaking in both its artistic and technical aspects and which will surprise and please both the connoisseurs if this repertoire and those who are listening to it for the first time.
Adagio non troppo
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