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Bohm: Bruckner – Symphony no.4, 7 (2 CD, FLAC)

Bohm: Bruckner - Symphony no.4, 7 (2 CD, FLAC)
Bohm: Bruckner - Symphony no.4, 7 (2 CD, FLAC)

Composer: Anton Bruckner
Orchestra: Staatskapelle Dresden
Conductor: Karl Bohm
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 2
Format: FLAC (image+cue)
Size: 504 MB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

CD 01
Symphony no.4 in E flat major “Romantic”
(rec. 1936)
01. Bewegt, nicht zu schnell
02. Andante quasi allegetto
03. Scherzo: Bewegt
04. Finale: Bewegt, dochnicht zu schnell

CD 02
Symphony no.7 in E major
(rec. 1944)
01. Allegro moderato
02. Adagio: Sehr feierlich und sehr langsam
03. Scherzo: Sehr schnell
04. Finale: Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell

14 thoughts on “Bohm: Bruckner – Symphony no.4, 7 (2 CD, FLAC)”

      1. Ironically the scans that Whatever supplied says the 7th Sym was perdormed by Dresden Staatskapelle.
        Unfortunately these blog notes will not take the pix of the album back cover. So download it and see for yourselves.
        If LCA1957’s research is correct then it must be an error by the publisher and producer of this Album.
        It isalso interesting that the written Bio in English in the scans state that Bohm was the head Conductor of the Vienna State Opera from 1943-44. That doesn’t preclude him from going to Dresden for a recording; but did he?
        I’m out of gas!

  1. What an interesting upload: Sym No. 4 recorded in 1936?
    Though there is a flatness to the overall sound, the acoustcs are good and the sound is so clear, and no tape his or record pops:
    PHENOMENAL! Thank you for such interesting interpretation and unbelievable sound for 1936 – the year I was born!
    Bravo, sir!
    Haven’t gotten to listen to Sym #7 yet. But other than Rach’s transcriptions from LPs I have nothing with which to compare these recordings.

    1. I meant to ask, were either of these cut direct to disc or what kind of recorder was used if it was on tape – aren’t both of these prior to “mylar”? I have no clue as to German technology back then. And, I know hiss is hiss not his.

  2. I believe from movement timings it is most likely Bohm 1976 Vienna recording with DG. The cymbal clash in the Adagio would indicate that it is the Novak edition.

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