Anton BRUCKNER (1824-1896): SYMPHONY No.3 (+ Wagner) - Tribute to Hans Knappertsbusch

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This Symphony No.3 has been characterized as ‘difficult’, and is regarded by some as Bruckner's artistic breakthrough. The work is notorious as the most-revised of Bruckner's symphonies, and there exist no fewer than six versions, with three of them, the 1873 original version, the 1877-78 version, and the composer's last thoughts of 1889, being widely performed today.The 1890 Rättig (1st revision, 1877) edition was only is used by conductors as Hans Knappertsbusch and Carl Schuricht conducting the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. This first published version remains controversial because it hasn't been ascertained howmuch it reflected last Bruckner's wishes, and howmuch it was influenced by Josef and mainsly Franz Schalk.


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